When it comes to looking at the success or failures of Obamacare, the government and other agencies likes to use numbers and stats to help support their claims. When the government wants to shine a positive light on the reform law, they utilize statistics demonstrating how many individuals now have insurance that didn’t before. On the flip side, critics report on numbers showing how many Americans still remain uninsured.
Is the number of insured Americans the only way to measure Obamacare’s success? There are several more aspects of the law that may go undetected, and sometimes even unreported. Continue reading