August 5, 2014 by Tony Novak
Three months ago today Gallop release a poll result saying that the percentage of Americans without health insurance had dipped to its lowest rate since 2008 before the recession. I don’t think I’m going out on a limb predicting that the next data released for the second quarter won’t be as favorable.
What surprises me most is that news coverage is missing these important facts:
a) There are still more than 45 million people without health insurance and nobody seems to be addressing that problem.
2) The total cost of implementing Obamacare adds up to more than $20,000 for each new previously uninsured person now enrolled for health coverage.