Peter Suderman At Reason: ‘The Hardest Part of Setting Up ObamaCare’s Health Exchanges’

Full piece here.

‘A Health Affairs study by a researcher at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine published earlier this year estimated that, due to the complexities of calculating an individual’s income for the purposes of subsidy distribution, a non-trivial number of exchange enrollees are likely to get the wrong subsidy. Incomes fluxuate unexpectedly. The time frames used to judge income are too small. The databases used to verify individual income are incomplete. yet the exchanges are going to have be able to make relatively swift judgements about income levels and subsidy qualifications anyway.’

We’ll see what happens.

Via Instapundit, 5 ways to protect yourself against Obamacare.

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