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The Republican Obamacare replacement bill includes provisions that could allow insurers to eliminate essential health benefits in plans.
Trump’s health care plan and budget show the scandal hiding in plain sight, writes Vox's Ezra Klein.
Under the GOP health-care bill, people who need services for maternity and mental health care could be priced out, NBC reports.
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The market for sick people under the AHCA would look like it did before Obamacare: hospitable to the healthy and hostile to the sick, Vox reports.
The stakes are high around health care for Republicans in vulnerable districts, Vox reports.
For health insurers, the Congressional Budget Office's report on the House's revised American Health Care Act presents a mixed bag.
The new Congressional Budget Office report also projects how premium prices will change under the bill.
The Congressional Budget Office will estimate how many more people would become uninsured, and how health plan prices would change.
Insurance underwriters often look at credit scores to determine the likelihood that an individual will file a claim.
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CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports from Kentucky on the sentiment from small businesses on the issue of health-care reform.
Catriona Wallace, Flamingo Customer Experience, describes how AI, such as cognitive virtual assistants, can guide people buying insurance.
The Trump administration's doomed budget plan is a lousy use of time and resources, writes Vox's Dylan Matthews.
Insurers are uncertain over the fate of cost-sharing reduction subsidies and that is expected to be reflected in prices next year.
If conservatives can't change Obamacare's insurance rules, it could put the whole repeal-and-replace effort in jeopardy, Vox reports.
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