Kaiser: Short-Term Plan Premiums Could Be Less Than Half Of ACA's

November 02, 2018
As open enrollment kicks off, a new report notes that while premiums for short-term products may be far lower than premiums for Affordable Care Act-compliant coverage, these lower costs come with reduced benefits. Premiums for short-term health plans could be up to 54 percent less expensive than premiums for ACA-compliant plans on the individual market, mainly because those plans have no coverage mandates and are not required to offer plans to people with preexisting conditions, an analysis by the Kaiser...

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