Excerpt from National Review
By Michelle Malkin
Once was a shock. Twice was an outrage. Thrice is a nightmare that won’t end.
Over the past three years, my family’s private, individual health-insurance plan — a high-deductible Preferred Provider Organization — has been canceled three times. Our first death notice, from Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, arrived in the fall of 2013. Our second, from Rocky Mountain Health Plans, came last August. Three weeks ago, we received another ominous “notice of plan discontinuation” from Anthem informing us that the insurer “will no longer offer your current health plan in the State of Colorado.”