Obamacare’s control of the health, and lives, of Americans largely has been diminished under President Trump, although it has not faced an outright repeal.
The individual mandate has been torpedoed, raising anew all sorts of questions about how government regulations and requirements were supposed to improve peoples’ health.
But there still are leftovers.
And they are injuring patients, according to an expert in the field.
One of them is the demand from corporate insurance powers that physicians get prior authorization for permission to treat patients.
“[Prior authorization] endangers patients,” warned Twila Brase, chief of the Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom.