AFP Responds to HHS Inspector General’s ObamaCare Findings

Jul 1, 2014 by AFP

Arlington, Va. – Americans for Prosperity President Tim Phillips released the following statement in response to a new HHS Inspector General report that found the administration is still failing to fix millions of data problems that are jeopardizing coverage for Americans:

“A few months ago, President Obama was singing the praises of ObamaCare’s supposed turnaround. Now, the truth is becoming clearer: the administration’s claim that millions of people have enrolled in ObamaCare doesn’t mean that they have access to quality, affordable health care. 

“This law has already left many with cancelled plans, lost access to trusted doctors, and skyrocketing, unmanageable premiums. Now some families are left worrying whether they even have the coverage that they signed up for. Every day that goes by without a concession from the President that ObamaCare isn’t working is another day that moms, dads, and children across the country are forced to live out its painful consequences.”

The Associated Press reported today that the Inspector General at the Department of Health and Human Services has said the administration has been unable to resolve 2.6 million data discrepancies in the federal insurance exchanges. Of more than 300,000 problematic cases, the administration has only been able to resolve less than 1 percent.


AFP Responds to New Report on Rising Premiums Under ObamaCare(, 6.19.14).

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