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Trump Administration Rejects (Nicely) Idaho’s Attempt to Skirt ACA

Posted in Exchanges, Health Care Reform & ACA
On Thursday, March 8, the Trump Administration rejected Idaho’s plan to sell health plans that do not include the consumer protections required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The rejection came in the form of a letter touting adherence to current law, though in many ways the letter was written by an apologetic Centers for… Continue Reading

Azar Rolls Out Expansion of Short-Term, Limited-Duration Insurance Plans

Posted in Health Care Reform & ACA
On Tuesday, February 20, Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar announced that the agency intends to expand access to short-term, low-cost insurance policies. On Wednesday, HHS published its proposed rule, which promises to reduce restrictions on such limited-duration policies. The short-term insurance plans have fewer benefits and more limited consumer protections… Continue Reading