As a simple fix to Obamacare’s negative image, former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius suggested the fix of simply changing the name. Politico,
“I think we may need to call it something in the future different, but it is working,” Sebelius said at POLITICO’s “Lessons from Leaders” event.
Sebelius, who resigned in April following the botched roll out of President Barack Obama’s signature health law, said that current issues involving the Affordable Care Act have to do with its commonly used name.
“Obamacare, no question, has a very bad brand that has been driven intentionally by a lot of misinformation and a lot of paid advertising,” Sebelius said.
But she insisted the law is working.