The Obamacare rollout is like moving houses: Everything is new and unsettled, tempers fray, and for a while all you can see is chaos before you unpack and find the right corner for your houseplants.
Ultimately, though, the promise of health reform is to minimize the upheaval of moves in the long run by ensuring continuity of care. No longer will a pre-existing condition or the loss of a job force you to go without coverage or find a different network of doctors with a different set of coverage benefits. This is a good thing: These gaps lead to worse health and less efficient care. Just imagine losing insurance in the middle of chemo or a pregnancy. Read the full article here. »