Fixing HealthCare.gov (which still has bugs, despite liberal claims) still doesn’t address Obamacare’s fundamental flaws, Heritage Foundation expert Bob Moffit writes in the National Interest:
Obamacare’s website problems are technical, and can be solved by technically competent staff. It will be fixed, sooner or later.
But fixing Obamacare’s website problems will not bring back the cancelled insurance policies of millions of Americans, soften the rate shock of those enrolling in the exchanges, or reverse the perverse economic incentives hardwired into the body of the law.
Administrative improvements, better software, or more competent staff will not roll back the law’s health care cost increases, or reduce taxpayers’ burdens, or restore long-established but broken relationships between doctors and patients.
Heritage experts have proposed an Obamacare alternative based on free enterprise principles that puts patients, not government, first.
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