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I think what this has shown is that the ACA [Affordable Care Act] is stubbornly failing to fail. The market is stabilizing, and insurers are on track to be profitable this year.feedback
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The latest quote from Cynthia Cox is: “This is very good news for people who are getting insurance in this market. It appears at least at this point that most, if not all people will be able to get insurance in this market.”. It comes from the Just two tiny US counties will be without insurers next year as Centene expands Nevada coverage article. You’ll find on this page 15 articles with Cynthia Cox quoted on topics such as ACA, stake and insurer. Cynthia Cox has been quoted 21 times in 15 articles.
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May 03 2017 - Obamacare

If Medica is serious about leaving, they're the last insurer in most of the state. That would leave most of Iowa without any insurer, and that's a situation that has not been encountered before in any other state.feedback

May 03 2017 - Obamacare

It appears, at least on the surface... that this has created this cascading effect of insurers following each other on the market, not wanting to be the last one holding the bag. This could happen in other states that appear to have good competition and a good number of insurers participating.feedback

Apr 06 2017 - Trump administration

While we have seen signs that the market is moving toward stabilization, generally speaking, there are parts of the country that are likely fragile and at high risk of losing insurers or having premium increases. There's a lot of uncertainty around repeal and replace; it's not clear what the Trump administration may do around the individual mandate or cost sharing subsidies and without more clarity from the administration and Congress, insurers are likely very hesitant to participate in the individual market.feedback

Mar 14 2017 - Trumpcare

In Alaska, a 60-year old couple making $40,000 per year would lose out on tax credits amounting to $45,000 per year. And that doesn't even account for the higher premiums under a 5:1 age band – so their net premium increase would almost certainly exceed their income. Adding to this the higher premiums under the 5:1 age band, it's very likely that older couples in these states would also have premium increases that equal or exceed their annual incomes.feedback

Mar 14 2017 - Trumpcare

Their main complaint was that their premiums were too high, or their deductibles were too high.feedback

Mar 14 2017 - Obamacare

That would be the maximum that a deductible could be, although in many cases people are getting lower deductibles than that.feedback

Dec 05 2016

If that assistance goes away, a lot of insurers would not want to participate in this marketplace.feedback

Dec 05 2016 - Affordable Care Act

These are some states where a lot of people have opposed the ACA, but it's also where a lot of money is at stake if the ACA is repealed.feedback

Apr 27 2016

It's not necessarily the case where if you pay more you get more.feedback

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