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Officials: Court won’t derail Oregon health law

Jun 18, 2012 | 1 Comment

By The Associated Press

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04:12 am - Fri, June 22 2012
troy prouty said:
It doesn't really matter what the Feds do with the healthcare. It isn't going to work very well and many people will be spending money on the insurance and not be able to afford the healthcare portion. I've also noticed that insurance companies have begun denying about 20% more claims, so providers have to spend more money to fight through on getting those claims paid.

Until the healthcare reform bill includes better regulation of insurance companies the plan will fail.

Troy Prouty*

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