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Study: Short-Term Plans Could Decrease ACA Enrollment By Up To 15 Percent

April 12, 2018
If finalized, the Trump administration’s proposed short-term limited-duration health plans could decrease enrollment in ACA-compliant individual plans by up to 15 percent, or 2 million individuals, which is much more than HHS predicted in the proposed rule, according to a Thursday (April 12) analysis by the Wakely Consulting Group and the Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP). The same study found that the short-term plans could increase premiums for those remaining in the individual market by as much as 6.6...

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