I have read many newspaper articles over the past few years concerning Obamacare, but I have never found an answer to the most pressing issue: Who will provide health care services for the 30 million-plus new patients who will start enrolling in the system in just 10 months?
Today in America, our health care system is stressed and overtaxed. It is estimated that 30 percent of the current providers will retire in the next 10 years.
The next logical question would be to find out where the huge new medical centers will be built to accommodate this tsunami of new patients. Our current system was challenged with the recent outbreak of the flu.
Obamacare must succeed from the beginning because there is no way to recover from not being prepared.