Great Letter to the Editor sent out today by one of our active members, check it out!
- "I am disappointed that Republicans want to repeal ACA purely on an ideological basis. I don't hold the view that ACA is a perfect piece of legislation, but repealing it accomplishes nothing either. Also they don't say what they would have in place of ACA instead. For example, would they leave the pre-existing condition restriction intact? If not, what would be in its place after ACA is gone? Would the insurance companies be required to refund the leftover premium after the "medical loss"? What happens to the Donut hole? Will it ge larger? Or go away? if so how? If it worked in Massachusetts why wouldn't it work anywhere else? How will children be covered? What about the 34 million uninsured without the Medicaid expansion? What about innovative payments for physicians and hospitals? The bird in the hand being worth two in the bush (b with a lowercase), I feel it makes much more sense to build up ACA and address its problem areas first."
-Kesavan K, MD, Menomonee Falls
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