Reforming Delivery
Sam’s Club Creates Private Exchanges to Rival ACA
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  • Attila_the_hun

    ‘we could be on our way to a more straightforward, cheaper health care system.’
    I’m sure Obama and his thugs will find a way to stop it before it begins on grounds of fairness and equality

  • Andrew Allison

    Of course insurance (with, by law, the same coverage offered on the Exchanges) offered by a single company will save money [sarcasm alert]. Prospective customers might wish to take a moment to Google “aetna health insurance complaints”. As an aside, if you’re going to insure regardless of risk (pre-existing conditions, a male getting pregnant, a female getting prostate cancer, etc.), the size of the risk pool must be maximized to contain costs. The way to do so, while also eliminating the overhead and profit of innumerable private insurance companies, is Medicare for all. Let me hasten to add the usual disclaimer that insurance doesn’t deliver care, just pays for it.

  • Gene

    Nothing could be sweeter than the nation’s health care system fixed by … Walmart! The gnashing of teeth and rending of garments by many people I know would be utterly delicious.

  • FriendlyGoat

    Aetna ain’t noted for being the best buy in town, is it? For heavens sake, it’s for-profit, when not-for-profit choices exist. Walmart may sell some, but the notion that this is a replacement for public exchanges???? Sounds crazy to me.

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