New short-term health plan regulations but …

The eagerly awaited final rule that lifts the current three-month cap on how long short-term medical insurance coverage from a single issuer. The final rule has declared that an insurer can design its “short-term, limited-duration insurance policies in such a way that coverage can stay in place for up to 36 months. Read attached article for interesting details in the new short-term medical final rule packet. Read article here…

 

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