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The Cancerous ObamaCare Panacea That Keeps on Taking and Taking

New York is not the only place in the nation where hospitals are refusing ObamaCare plans...

ObamaCare was supposed to offer more choices — but New Yorkers shopping for medical coverage stand to be shut out of two of the city’s most prestigious hospitals.

Only three of the nine plans being offered on the New York State Health Exchange cover bills at NYU and New York-Presbyterian medical centers, The Post has learned.

Those who opt for the other six plans will either have to go elsewhere or pay steep out-of-pocket costs, officials said.

Records show that New York-Presbyterian, the largest hospital system in the nation with 2,236 beds, is an in-network choice only for the United, Emblem and Aetna plans when chosen through the exchange.

The New York University system, which as 1,069 beds at its main Langone medical facility as well as its Hospital for Joint Diseases, has deals with Affinity, Fidelis and United, and for individuals with Oxford-United for small groups.

NYU and New York-Presbyterian continue to accept most commercial health insurance that is not regulated by ObamaCare.

“It’s a desperate attempt by the insurance companies to try to keep premiums down under ObamaCare. The only way to do that is to cut the number of hospitals patients can see use,” said Josh Archambault of the Foundation for Government Accountability.

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Breitbart's Dana Loesch was on Hannity last night on FNC and tried hard to get through cement-headed, democrat operative Steve McMahon's ObamaCare talking points to get him to hear and understand this was going with some of the hospitals in her own hometown of St. Louis, one of which is a cancer treatment hospital. However, McMahon just fell short of calling her a liar, even though she told him the hospital's head had given a public statement to the fact...

So, you cannot keep your hospital now ... or your current insurance palns you like ... or your doctor(s). In addition, doctors are sick over ObamaCare as well...

New York doctors are feeling queasy about ObamaCare — and many won’t participate in the new national insurance program because they fear they’ll go broke, The Post has learned.

“ObamaCare is going to send me more patients to see and then cut the payments to provide the care — that’s what’s going to happen,” predicted Donald Moore, a primary-care doctor in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. “I will not accept it.”

Moore claims that President Obama made a big mistake by requiring uninsured residents to obtain medical coverage from for-profit insurers through the ObamaCare health exchanges instead of through public health programs like Medicaid.

Under tremendous pressure to keep costs down and profits up, Moore said he’s concerned that commercial insurers will pay doctors less for patient visits and services than either Medicaid or Medicare.

Many doctors, he argues, won’t be able to cover their costs with such skimpy fees.

Moore scoffed, “Who’s going to sustain the losses? The insurance companies? It’s basically going to be a race to the bottom.”

Despite a much publicized rollout, many other doctors said they haven’t decided whether to become ObamaCare providers, because they haven’t been notified by insurers or the state about ­reimbursement rates.

“I have not spoken with anyone who has made a decision to participate in the exchanges. We simply don’t have any information about which we can make a decision,” said Dr. Paul Orloff, president of the New York County Medical Society.

“We have no idea what the reimbursements will be or what the claims-form process will entail.”

So are my fourth year medical school student daughter and her class. And they each have atleast close to a quarter million dollars in student loans to start paying back after graduation. And that is just one medical school in the nation. (Oh, and anybody that even dares suggest she shouldn't have gone to med school unless we had saved the money first are full of crap. So, only spoiled rich liberal idiots whose daddys can pay in cash should go to med school and become our healthcare givers???) This is the insanity that she will be entering when she graduates and enters the ObamaCare nuked medical industry in this country. Our one saving grace is that if our current doctor retires and we cannot find another we have our daughter to fall back on. God willing...

Currently, there are more people who have eagerly and willingly signed-up for the future "Mars One" mission than there are people enrolled in ObamaCare, internet site glitches aside. And the "Mars One" mission is a one-way trip. But atleast those folks signed up knowing full-well what their outcome would eventually be, sans 'death panel'.

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