Idaho Weighs New DOJ Court Stance Before Sending Final Plans To CMS

June 12, 2018
Idaho Insurance Commissioner Dean Cameron said that his team is reviewing the Trump administration's recent court stance that insurers should not legally have to cover preexisting conditions before sending a final version of Idaho's state-based health plan proposal to CMS. But Cameron added that Idaho is unlikely to revive its original idea of letting insurers factor preexisting conditions into their coverage. Cameron said he hopes to submit the finalized version of the state plan proposal to CMS by the end...

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