Thursday, May 22, 2014

For Opponents, ObamaCare’s “Bailout” of Insurers is a Richer Target than Ever

The Administration continues to move the goalposts on its so-called “bailout” of insurers which lose money in ObamaCare’s exchanges. Formally, this is labelled “risk corridors”, and describes a process by which the Administration will take money from insurers which profit more than expected in the exchanges, and transfer it to those insurers which lose more money than expected.


The Administration has just published the final rule for 2015, which includes two things relevant to the “bailout”.

Read the entire column at John Goodman's Health Policy Blog or The Independent Institute's Beacon blog.

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