(By – Julie Appleby, Kaiser health News)
Health insurance isn’t simple. Neither are government regulations. Put the two together and things can get confusing fast.
So it’s not surprising that federal regulators took a stab at making things a bit more straightforward for consumers in new rules unveiled in late February and published Tuesday in the Federal Register. Because those rules are part of a 530-page, dizzying array of changes set for next year and beyond, here are three specific changes finalized by the Department of Health and Human Services that affect consumers who buy their own health insurance in one of the 38 states using the online federal insurance exchange. Read more…
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