Obamacare 'War Room' docs: We're concerned next media story is some consumers getting on website and finding fewer options, higher prices – The Lead with Jake Tapper - CNN.com BlogsObamacare 'War Room' docs: We're concerned next media story is some consumers getting on website and finding fewer options, higher prices
Washington (CNN) - Officials expressed concern that the next shoe to drop in the evolving story about the Affordable Care Act would be disappointment from consumers once they are able to get on the troubled HealthCare.gov website – disappointment because of sticker shock and limited choice, according to a new document obtained by CNN.
“Mike described a general concern of PM (plan management team): getting to the point where the website is functioning properly and individuals begin to select plans; the media attention will follow individuals to plan selection and their ultimate choices; and, in some cases, there will be fewer options than would be desired to promote consumer choice and an ideal shopping experience. Additionally, in some cases there will be relatively high cost plans,” say the notes from the Obama administration’s Obamacare 'War Room' from one week ago.
Plan management team is a reference to those individuals in the Obama administration tasked with standing up the president's health care law at the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight.
Question why are the Plan management team ( War Room) concerned over sticker shock? are they now admitting "you will get a better plan at a cheaper cost" a lie also? So which is it are you going to suffer from sticker shock with less choices or are you going to get a better plan at a cheaper cost?