Florida to Experience Doctor Shortage Under Obamacare

Florida is one of the first states to face the harsh realities of Obamacare: it creates a doctor shortage.  When 30 million Americans are forced to join the health care system, with the doctor levels staying at close to their current level, there aren't enough physicians to treat patients.  In California, they're looking to have pharmacists act as primary care physicians, which opens up an entirely new suite of issues.  The case is clear, however: states will face a doctor shortage under Obamacare, leading to unsafe situations.

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Universal Studios to Drop Health Insurance for Part-Time Workers

The wrath of Obamacare continues to hit all segments of business.  From restaurants in the entertainment industry, Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida is one of the latest companies to stop offering healthcare insurance to part-time employees because of the massive costs of Obamacare.  This will take place in 2014 when Obamacare goes into full implementation.  The far-reaching government controls in Obamacare caused Universal Studios to make this move, primarily due to the caps their plans had.

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"Unisurables" Program in Obamacare Begins to Wind Down

When Obamacare was rammed into law, it was positioned as the only way to expand health care insurance to the uninsured, as well as to provide insurance to the "uninsurable," or those who couldn't get treatment because of pre-existing conditions.  We equated this to tearing down a house because there's a leaky toilet.  The high-risk pool has been in place for over a year, as it was a stepping stone until Obamacare went into full effect in 2014.  Now, due to high costs, the Obama administration is shutting the program down.

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