As a service to my readers here is my take on the impact of ObamaCare on the future of health care delivery in this country. The following synopsis is based on objective evidence. The impact of cardiology and other chronic illnesses will be profound.
It is my hope the following post serve as a resource that outlines the issues with the new law, the problems Canada and Britain are facing with their current systems, and why ObamaCare should be repealed in its entirety. If you want to jump straight to the socialized health care horror stories, feel free to do so. It is highly recommended reading. But first I would like to start with one from right here in the US, just so the reader is fully aware it not only can happen here, it has happened here (emphasis mine):
The powerful story of Barbara Wagner demonstrates why this discussion is of utmost importance. When Barbara’s lung cancer reappeared during the spring of 2008 her oncologist recommended aggressive treatment with Tarceva, a new chemotherapy. However, Oregon’s state run health plan denied the potentially life altering drug because they did not feel it was “cost-effective.” Instead, the State plan offered to pay for either hospice care or physician-assisted suicide.