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Big Data and Its Creepy Role in Health Care

Big data is not longer just a buzz word.  Advertisers, for example, pour through an incredible amount of data to ensure the right target gets the right message at the oppertune time.  For the health care industry, it's a little bit more on the creepy side, especially now with patient records being digitalized under Obamacare.  Doctors and hospitals will be able to tap into consumer data, spending habits and other similar information, learning much more about their patients and how they can help ensure they remain healthy.

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Obamacare Exchanges Only Have Four Million Newly Insured

Back in April, the Obama regime pushed their propaganda strong, stating that over seven million people had signed up for Obamacare, beating the six million goal they set for themselves.  The only problem was that it was a complete lie - not everyone was "newly insured."  In actuality, the number of Obamacare registrants is significantly lower - four million to be precise.  And the Obama regime had hoped for 26 million newly insured individuals, making the actual figure simply pathetic.

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Obamacare Subsidies to Cost Billions This Year

The big pitch for Obamacare was that millions of Americans would now be able to afford health insurance provided by the government.  The reality is almost the exact opposite: health insurance premiums have skyrocketed under Obamacare and taxpayers are getting stuck with the costs, paying for Obamacare subsidies.  Despite projections being less, Obamacare subsidies are on track to cost billions of dollars in the first year alone.  And there are still millions of people who don't have health insurance.

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