The Trump administration finalized a new rule late today that offers important opportunities for businesses, especially small employers, to offer more health coverage options for their workers and for employees to have much more flexibility and control over their health care dollars. The rule undoes an Obama administration action that forbade workers from using funds in a Health … [Read more...] about New Administration Action Could Give 11 Million Workers More Health Insurance Options
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Critics cried sabotage when political leaders took action to repair some of the damage done by the Affordable Care Act. They saw sinister motives behind the decision by the last Congress to repeal the individual mandate and in Trump administration regulations that made more affordable health insurance options available to individuals and small groups. But a new study by the … [Read more...] about The Costs of Government’s Benevolent Coercion
If they said it once, they said it 200 at times. At a recent hearing before the House Energy and Commerce Health subcommittee (live-streamed here), the majority members repeatedly called the new Short Term Limited Duration plan option “Junk Plans.” House Committee on Energy & Commerce - Feb 13, 2019 In my testimony, I talked about the benefits these plans offer to people who are … [Read more...] about Do Democrats Want to Roll Back Consumer-Friendly Health Options?
Galen Institute president Grace-Marie Turner testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Feb. 13 about preserving consumer protections in health insurance while giving consumers more choices of affordable coverage. She focused on: The Trump administration’s Section 1332 guidance which gives states new authority to help their individual and small group markets heal … [Read more...] about Preserving Patient Choice for Affordable Coverage