Obamacare has 7000 dollar deductible an year for me at 250 a month as cheapest option. Why is it such a failure?

I'm just a university student and don't even have much income at all. In no way am I rich.

I use student health insurance of aetna provided by university and it's $250 an year deductible and $250 a month cost.

But under obamacare, really nothing less than $7k+ deductibles — that's like buying a

I'm just a university student and don't even have much income at all. In no way am I rich.

I use student health insurance of aetna provided by university and it's $250 an year deductible and $250 a month cost.

But under obamacare, really nothing less than $7k+ deductibles — that's like buying a brand new car. In fact new car costs less.

Best Answer:

StephenWeinstein: If it's really only $250 a month, that's a great success. Before Obamacare, much of the U.S. had to pay between $2000 and $3000 a month. If it's now possible to get insurance for only $250 a month, that's a 90% reduction in what they have to pay.

Other answer:

StephenWeinstein:
Obamacare (The Affordable Care Act) has a deductible. There are 900 pages to the law, and I never saw that statement in it.
Wayne Z:
Just wait until Trump and the GOP start making changes.

$250 a month will seem like a fantasy.

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Mark IX:
So aren't you lucky you've got the university's insurance, so much better than having nothing at all.
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