While opioid dependency is real and is really happening, one needs to be careful of the claim from Progressive news outlets that banner stories which claim, “Opioid dependence leads to 3,000-percent rise in medical services.” You must also take into consideration of the beast — in this case the media and the Obama administration working hand in hand — as they search for ways to cover up the failures of Obamacare.
After all, in Illinois, Oregon and Ohio, a combined total of about 92,000 people must find a new plan. And a co-op in a fourth state, Connecticut, will last until the end of the year. Finally as pointed out by Fair Health, which conducted this latest report, their findings are based solely on claims data but don’t paint a complete picture.
As in the Titanic’s case, it isn’t what’s on the surface that is a danger – it’s what’s below and unseen that leads to the real problem.