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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Jeet Garam
The looming bottleneck "should be seen as a cautionary tale about centralizing decision-making in health care," he wrote.
"I fear that as Obamacare moves more decision-making to the federal level, we will see a similar lag emerge in other areas of our health care system between a need being identified and it being met," Mr. Garam said.