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Many Texans struggling to pay for health service as Affordable Care Act is about to launch
Date:2/19/2014

"The survey results indicate that even among middle-class Texans with health insurance coverage, many are finding physician care and prescription drugs to be unaffordable," Marks said. "People are generally happy with the range of health care providers they can choose from and the quality of care they receive. They are much less satisfied with the size of their insurance premiums and copays, and they worry about the financial consequences of large medical bills."

This survey also asked Texas respondents about their expectations of the impact of the ACA on their own health care and health insurance going forward. Insured respondents were asked whether they expected changes in their own insurance in 2014. Almost half of insured Texans expected change in 2014. "The expectation of change reported by Texans is consistent with the uncertainty and anxiety many Americans feel as we embark on a new health insurance system," the report's authors concluded.


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