Tag Archives: individual market
If insurers are unable to forecast their overall cost exposure under a risk-adjustment regimen, they might limit their offerings, raise premiums to create a margin of financial protection, or avoid the market entirely.
September 6, 2017
The ACA exchanges have proved to be a problem child and the federal government has not been the most reliable spouse and parent recently.
September 1, 2017
Those who are better-served by a fully competitive and actuarially priced option ought to have the freedom to benefit from it.
August 31, 2017
There is a better approach to bring more insurers into the individual market: allow Medicare to enter the market in counties where fewer than three health insurers participate on the exchange.
August 9, 2017
The current market status can be traced back to a series of regulatory and implementation failures that served to undermine the market. A set of regulatory and legislative changes, alongside the assurance of operational and regulatory certainty for issuers, could put it back on track.
August 7, 2017