Edie Littlefield Sundby, locked in a battle with stage-4 gallbladder cancer, says her “affordable, lifesaving medical insurance policy” is being canceled because her insurance company UnitedHealthcare of California won’t participate in Obamacare.
October 7, 2013
Obamacare is going to crash and burn from technical issues more than political concerns, it seems. You’ve probably already heard that virtually no one can sign up using the online Obamacare exchanges. The web forms are broken. The code is buggy. The data integration is a jaw-dropping failure.
Image: Obamacare Supporters.
This is why, all over the country and across the media, no one can seem to locate anyone who has successfully signed up through Healthcare.gov. Even the one person the Obama administration rolled out as a “success case” turns out to be completely staged and fabricated.
But there’s even more shocking news about Obamacare that could utterly destroy any credibility the system might have remaining: Of those applications who somehow make it through the broken online sign-up system, 99% can’t be processed and will fail.
Chiropractic clinic in Pennsylvania can no longer afford to operate
Paul Joseph Watson
October 2, 2013
A chiropractic clinic in Pennsylvania has become the latest victim of Obamacare, being forced to close down as a result of receiving reduced payments from insurance companies.
Image: Restored Balance.
The Restored Balance chiropractic clinic in York, Pennsylvania closed its doors on September 27, four days before the launch of nationwide online Obamacare exchanges.
The reason given for the closure of the business was outlined in an email that a patient forwarded to Infowars:
“The most recent changes in ObamaCare impacted how Restored Balance got paid by insurance companies for the services we rendered. The reduced payments were not substantial enough to cover the cost of the labor, overhead expenses, and other liabilities incurred by the business. We sought to combat this insurance impact my shifting to a cash-only practice but too many of our clients relied solely on their insurance to cover our services and ceased coming. Restored Balance DID NOT close due for any other reasons than those stated above,” the email states.
Restored Balance served around 1400 patients before it was forced to close down.
Industry giant says ‘extended outage’ could be measured in years
WASHINGTON – Lloyd’s of London, the world’s specialist insurance company providing services to companies in more than 200 countries, has issued a dire warning of the potential consequences of an electromagnetic pulse event from a solar storm, according to report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
Lloyd’s study, titled “Solar Storm Risk to the North American Electric Grid,” centered on the highly populated region from New York City to Washington, D.C., but added that other high-risk regions are in the Midwest and in regions along the Gulf Coast.
The fact a major insurance company is looking at the economic consequences of an EMP from a direct solar storm suggests there is increasing concern in the insurance industry that companies may be facing the danger of severe economic losses.
(CNSNews.com) — The Obama administration is now officially declaring in the final text of a federal regulation that by requiring employers to provide women–but not men–with free sterilizations, contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs the government is actually forcing providers to accept a net economic gain because sterilizing and contracepting American women will result in fewer babies and reduce “employee absence.”
“Covering contraceptives also yields significant cost-savings,” says the regulation. “A 2000 study estimated that it would cost 15 to 17 percent more not to provide coverage in employee health plans than to provide such coverage, after accounting for both the direct medical costs of pregnancy and the indirect costs, such as employee absence.”