Thursday, April 24, 2014

Insurers Press For Broad Definition Of Essential Benefits

Insurers say the health reform regulations that will define "essential" health benefits should allow them to impose certain restrictions on those benefits and give them considerable flexibility with plan designs -- leeway that could ultimately open the door to new avenues for cherry-picking healthy patients, according to one health care expert.

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