Friday, August 21, 2015

Commonwealth Fund's Red Herring on Obamacare Risk Selection

One of this blog’s consistent themes is that Obamacare encourages insurers to seek to enroll health people in exchanges, and shun sick people. A new study from the Commonwealth Fund insists that is not the case, concluding that “insurers aren't seeking lower-risk customers outside the ACA exchanges as some feared,” and “the ACA's insurance reforms are working in the individual market.”

I will share the study’s conclusion, then explain the red-herring hypothesis it is meant to test.

Read the entire entry at NCPA's Health Policy Blog.

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