"I owe the American people an apology." Health insurance executive apologizes for creating argument against Medicare for All.
As someone currently going through the process of "choosing" a health insurance plan through an employer, I can attest to the fact that "choice" is a pretty misleading word when it comes to healthcare.
Thankfully, I don't have to wonder if I'm just being finicky.
Wendell Potter, former vice president for communications at Cigna Healthcare, has taken to Twitter to explain how the "preserving choice" talking point in U.S. healthcare discussions is meaningless. How does he know? Because he helped come up with it.