Yesterday, Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services told us:
"For a lot of people who either don't have affordable insurance coverage through their workplaces or have been in and out of the market, what is going to roll out starting October 1 with open enrollment is really, really good news."
But is it really good news for independent health care providers? Dr. Hal Scherz, a urologist and professor at Emory University, owns an independent practice in Georgia with 42 urologists on staff, one of the largest in the southeast. He says that because of the ACA, his practice is losing revenue.
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