Tag Archives: invisible high risk pools

Correcting Misconceptions About Invisible Risk-Sharing

An amendment to the AHCA draws in part from a proposal to include an invisible high-risk pool. Based on an independent analysis, there are a few misconceptions that should be corrected and changes that could improve the invisible risk-sharing program.

April 25, 2017

Making Sense Of ‘Invisible Risk Sharing’

Before Congress recessed last week, the House amended the pending American Health Care Act to include an “Invisible Risk-Sharing Program,” funded with $15 billion over nine years. What should we make of claims that this approach caused premiums to plummet in Maine and can make a big dent nationally?

April 12, 2017