Sunday, 12 June 2016

Align your legislation

One of the rules of the new health insurance landscape in America is that all policies are calendar year, and consumers have a window of about 2-3 months in which to purchase policies.

The government has ever-so-thoughtfully decided not to legislate the actual insurance companies in the same way - consumers must be regulated, companies can negotiate with government, we call this cronyism. So half way through the year it is acceptable for our insurance provider to drop the main health provider we use because of unsuccessful negotiations.

Government health experts, care to explain this one?

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