One is lonely, but zero is really bad

As I remember, Harry Nillsson composed and Three Dog Night used to sing a great song that went like this:  ...one is the loneliest number that you'll ever do One is the loneliest number that you'll ever know. It was one of those 45s that I probably still have in a box in the closet. One is indeed the loneliest number when it comes to love, but zero is the worst number when it comes to health care choices. According to a New York Times report, zero will soon be reality in many parts of the country:     Many counties already have just one insurer offering health plans in the Obamacare marketplaces, and some of those solo insurers are showing signs that they are eyeing the exits. Humana announced this year that they’d be leaving the markets altogether next year. That means there are parts of Tennessee that will have no insurance options unless another insurer decides to enter. And Anthem, which operates in 14...(Read Full Post)