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Can I see my Doctor

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I get insurance for my kids only under Obamacare?

Will health insurance cost more in 2014?

Why does my household income matter under the Affordable Care Act?

Do I need to be on the same plan as my spouse?

How do Obamacare subsidies work?

Will I pay more for health insurance if I'm unhealthy?

Will I be able to change plans after 2014?

Am I eligible for Obamacare?

Do I have to apply for a plan before I apply for a subsidy?

What happens if I have a lapse in coverage in 2014?

Can I still see my doctor next year?

In most cases, access to doctors will work much like it does today.
Health insurance plans will contract with networks of doctors, specialists and hospitals.
And, as long as your doctor is contracted with your plan, there is no reason to believe that doctor will stop taking appointments.
However, it may take longer to see a physician in person.
In some areas, the number of people who have health insurance will increase significantly, but there will not be a corresponding increase in the number of doctors and other medical providers.