Major health insurance company CEO says Obamacare is in a 'death spiral'

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Register says it can take as many as 10 years to establish a successful treatment plan for people in need of mental-health care, and a disruption of treatment can instigate behavior that would make it impossible for them to function in society. Eliminating the individual mandate would not be successful unless insurance companies can offer mandate-free or mandate-light plans at low cost, and offer consumers tax-free health savings accounts and high-deductible plans at low prices. They opt to pay the penalty instead of buying insurance with a massive deductible.

So if you like the elimination of lifetime caps and pre-existing conditions, or being able to keep children on one's coverage until 26, thank Obamacare.

Republicans won nationally in the recent November election.

It has been a comfort knowing that despite any potential financial crises I might experience as a student, or as a recent graduate, I wouldn't have to worry about having health insurance.

To win approval of a $37 billion deal that would reduce competition and make a handful of executives considerably wealthier than they already are, Aetna decided to make life considerably more uncertain for hundreds of thousands of human beings who had been paying good money to Aetna for access to medical care.

Despite the drop in enrollment, health policy experts said the exchanges were not necessarily in a "death spiral" and their future depended on the repeal and replace process being undertaken by Republicans. "Even though people ran on, 'We are going to repeal this and it's going to be done and over with, ' we do not believe that the changes that even get made this year will likely affect insurance plans until most likely 2019". This will incentivize patients to avoid coverage lapses, CMS said. "It gives us time to prepare to get our own insurance". There are too many things that are unaffordable because they are privatized.

Megan Lehman, a freshman biology major, is now insured through her parents. "If you remember when the Affordable Care Act passed, at the earliest part of President Obama's presidency, it didn't start until 2014". "I don't think I would be able to afford [health insurance]". To that end, the agency is expanding a pilot announced past year that tests the impact of stricter verification.

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According to the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, which oversees the health law marketplaces, 84 percent of marketplace shoppers qualified for premium tax credits in October 2016.

This sizable dent in the uninsured population should be proof enough that this provision is worth keeping. I urge our policymakers in Washington, D.C., to proceed with caution and not rush to repeal the ACA without a comprehensive, carefully developed replacement plan.

"We all as health care professionals bought into (the program) several years ago when the ACA came out; not because it was ideal, but because it had great goals", said Susan Fox, president and CEO of White Plains Hospital.

Health insurance can be expensive and confusing - especially for financially insecure young adults.

Lowey and other attendees cited reports by The Journal News/ and other media that about 2.7 million New Yorkers would lose health insurance and the state would incur a $3.7 billion budget hit if the law were repealed. Since it was not a problem for you then, it was not a problem for your constituents.

Our members have told many personal stories of the hardships caused by rising premiums, rising deductibles and difficulties in finding health care medical personnel allowed by their policies.