The New York Times' Robert Pear does a fine job of capturing some of the irony of the Harvard faculty's complaints about changes to its health benefits. The changes are being made in part because of cost increases attributable to the ObamaCare policy that a lot of them supported:
Some Harvard employees have said they will gladly accept a narrower network of health care providers if it lowers their costs. But Harvard's ability to create such networks is complicated by the fact that some of Boston's best-known, most expensive hospitals are affiliated with Harvard Medical School. To create a network of high-value providers, Harvard would probably need to exclude some of its own teaching hospitals, or discourage their use.