- Scott Atlas: Nearly three-quarters of those insured under Obamacare were added to Medicaid
- Access to the best doctors is very limited; patients often have little choice of doctors, he says
Scott W. Atlas, MD is the David and Joan Traitel Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his.
(CNN)New figures indicate that about 11 million people have signed up for health insurance during this latest sign-up period of Obamacare, of which about half will be from the uninsured population, based on previous estimates. Once again, the supporters of the law celebrate with proclamations that "it's working." One could say that assessment is true, if the definition of "working" means enrolling people into anything called health insurance.