Obamacare Clusterfuck: Tips for People Who Have Had to Drop Medical (Not Health) Insurance Because of "Obamaffordability"
Welp, today I dropped my medical (not health) insurance, effective January 1, 2014. Due to "Obamaffordability" I can no longer justify the cost.
Just as Lambert is new to the whole insurance thing, I'm new to the whole un-insurance thing. Prior to now, I have had medical insurance non-stop for the last 20 years, ~12 of those years on the individual market.
So I figured this could be an open thread for people in like situations or otherwise "running naked" pertaining to insurance, for sharing "alternatives" to medical insurance?
One option that I found locally is that one of our rural hospitals offers a program wherein you can pay $30/month per person and get primary care covered with a tiny co-pay..
If you know of similar strategies for fellow Correnteans suffering from "Obamaffordability" like I am, please share in comments. It doesn't matter where you're located. If your area has a creative program, knowing about it might lead to finding similar programs in other regions of the country.