Health Care Tater Toss

With the new pre-existing condition and cover uninsured  mandate portion of the new health care bill;  there will be a pass  the  hot tater chain of events  to pick up the huge additional costs.  Young adults  forced  to  buy their own insurance, will carry a heavier burden of the medical costs for  older Americans— a shift expected to raise insurance premiums for young people when the plan takes full effect. Beginning in 2014, most Americans will be required to buy insurance or pay a tax penalty. That’s when premiums for young adults seeking coverage on the individual market would likely climb by 17% on average, or roughly $42 a month, according to an analysis of the plan conducted for The Associated Press.

Once that  becomes too hot, the young  will attempt to shift their tater cost (and possibly their spouse and childrens tater cost as well)  to their  parents  health care coverage until the age of 26. Once that becomes too hot, the  parents will attempt to shift their tater cost to medical insurance providers or the federal government. Once that happens the insurance companies, with the crushing requirements and small federal co-payments,  will be out of business leaving government to be the full health care provider. That should make everyones tater hot…

 

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