Public Options for Individual Health Insurance: Assessing the Effects of Four Public Option Alternatives   [open html - 0B]

From the Webpage: "The Affordable Care Act (ACA) brought substantial changes to the individual health insurance market. However, health care remains unaffordable for many, and enrollment in individual health insurance plans has declined since 2016. There is growing interest at the state and federal levels in a 'public option' for individual market insurance. In 2019, members of Congress introduced four bills that would create a federal public option, at least 18 states considered legislation for a public option or a Medicaid buy-in option, and several Democratic Party presidential candidates included public options in their platforms. Some proposals for a public option would create government-run insurance plans to compete with private insurance, and others would create plans administered by insurance carriers operating under government oversight and rate regulation."

2020 Wakely Consulting Group
Retrieved From:
RAND Corporation: http://www.rand.org/
Media Type:
Help with citations