Thursday, May 24, 2012

Majority Of The 11 Million Private Individual Health Insurance Plans In Use Do Not Meet Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) Minimum Standards

From HealthAffairs Blog, "Most Individual Polices Would Not Meet Affordable Care Act Standards" by Chris Fleming:
More than 11 million Americans below the age of 65 are now covered by private individual health insurance plans. A new study, released yesterday by Health Affairs as a Web First, measures the actuarial value (the percentage of medical bills an insurance company pays) for a sample of 2010 health plans offering group and individual policies, and finds that the majority of individual plans fell below the minimum standards and benefits required by the Affordable Care Act of 2010.


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