Address the shortfalls in the ACA, but don’t repeal it and cause chaos
Regarding the article: “Incoming Congress immediately will pick up Obamacare repeal,” (Modernhealthcare.com, Dec. 27). So, we struggle to train and adapt to new procedures, invest in costly systems, and sacrifice to get at least basic coverage to most people, allowing providers to finally get paid something for treating these people who were previously uninsured, and now you (Congress) want to destroy the only system we have with nothing to replace it with because you don’t like President Barack Obama?
Is there a reason you can’t address the shortfalls of the Affordable Care Act one at a time without throwing the industry into complete chaos?
Jim Doughfman St. Augustine, Florida