Analysts: Obamacare Could Start Resembling Medicaid in Limited Availability of Doctors

If you like your insurance, you can have something worse


Those signing up for private health care coverage on the ObamaCare exchanges may be in for an unpleasant surprise—they'll have insurance, but they might have trouble getting the doctor to see them. 

As hundreds of thousands enroll for coverage beginning Jan. 1, analysts are warning that the plans are likely to give them access to fewer doctors and hospitals. So much so, they warn, that the system could begin to resemble Medicaid, the health care program for low-income Americans.