People are finding out they're paying more now that they're "insured", but are getting the same or less actual medical coverage than they were before Obamacare.
One-quarter of people with healthcare coverage are paying so much for deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses that they are considered underinsured, according to a new study. An estimated 31 million insured people are not adequately protected against high medical costs, a figure that has doubled since 2003, according to the 2014 national health insurance survey by the Commonwealth Fund. Rising deductibles even under ObamaCare are the biggest problem for most people who are considered underinsured, according to the 22-page report.
Sarah Ferris, TheHill.com, May 20