Health Care, Linda Gorman

Meet your Obamacare health exchange flowchart

Did you think that applying for private health insurance was a pain?

Below is a flow chart showing the details of how you will apply for ObamaCare health insurance, as things stand now. Making it operational requires data, a lot of data, and its all about you.

The proposed 21 page application for health insurance makes the flow chart operational. Everyone who goes through the health benefits exchange will fill one out.  It’s longer and more complex than most people’s tax forms. It requires detailed income information, information about your family structure, your living arrangements, and your (optional) racial origins. The government doesn’t have this information at present. If it did, it wouldn’t be asking for it and squirreling it away. In signing, you attest that the information provided is correct and that if it isn’t you are subject to an unstated penalty.





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