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Some private companies insure their employees - through the marketplace

Posted: Jan 8th, 2019 - 6:26 pm In Reply to: ^^AND YOU ARE NOT UNDERSTANDING STILL^^ - THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OBAMACARE

And ALL ACA insurees are insured by private insurance. There is no public option, so I don't see how you are distinguishing.

I think you are wrong about doctors refusing "Obamacare." The insurance on the ACA website is the same as you could purchase privately, but you get a subsidy if you are low income.

It would be pretty dumb for a doctor to refuse an insured patient because they perceive they get a subsidy, no?

#1 I don't think there is any way they could know, and #2 why would they care?

I think you are thinking of Medicaid, not Obamacare, which some docs refuse, as well as Medicare some of them.

Obamacare is just private insurance companies offering insurance on the marketplace, it is saying everyone can be insured.

If you do not qualify for a subsidy because your income is too high, you can still get coverage through ACA, you just pay more.

To the doctor, they see the policy you have, NOT if you are subsidized. The difference between you and a patient who gets no subsidy is nothing.

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