SC hospitals, consumers caught in Obamacare tug-of-war
South Carolina hospital executives these days are like football coaches at halftime, making changes based on what the opposition threw at them in the first half while trying to anticipate the different tactics they might face in the second half. They aren't the only ones. Conflicting federal appeals court rulings last month — one said insurance subsidies are unconstitutional in states that don't run their own exchanges; another said the subsidies are permitted — could have even more impact on South Carolinians who bought health insurance policies through the Affordable Care Act.
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