Heard it first hand from a Dr today. He said that more new people have insurance but the plans don't cover much and the deductibles are so high the people cannot afford the tests anyway. The bad part is other people that had good ins before that had to switch now have the same problem because now their deductibles are so high as well and less is covered. They also do not have a list of prescriptions that are or are not covered. Basically they do the diagnosis and write a script then they do not find out if it is covered until the patient has taken it to get filled. He didn't want to say to much because besides getting rid of Ocare he had no other solutions to offer, which I could respect.