Will Obama ‘vision' be truly affordable or accessible in 2018?
3 days ago - By Healio
In March 2010, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, became a federal mandate in health insurance reform, requiring health insurance for all. As we enter 2018, both premium surgeons and our patients want to know what to expect regarding the priority of vision and surgical/medical eye care services as compared with other health care needs, such as hearing, dental, podiatry, dermatology and cardiology.
In 2017, we learned that Obama-care was about making health care accessible and not truly affordable. Most of my surgical patients had and still have extremely
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