Last quote by Caroline Pearson
The markets continue to be dominated by enrollees receiving subsidies. Without those subsidies, most enrollees are likely to drop out of the market, since they would not be able to afford coverage.
Mar 15 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Caroline Pearson is associated, including insurer and doctor. Most recently, Caroline Pearson has been quoted saying: “The markets continue to be dominated by enrollees receiving subsidies. Without those subsidies, most enrollees are likely to drop out of the market, since they would not be able to afford coverage.” in the article Gov't report: More than 12M signed up for 'Obamacare'.
Caroline Pearson quotes
Certainly, non–subsidy eligible people are going to feel the full effect ... they're going to see higher rates in many cases this [next] year than they did in previous years.
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Quotes by Caroline Pearson
Feb 09 2017
Insurer participation in 2018 remains uncertain, and some regions are at risk of having no participating plan.
Feb 03 2017
Enrollment had been tracking on pace with last year, but sign-ups slowed down in the final weeks of open enrollment. Policymakers will need to consider how forthcoming changes will impact those currently purchasing coverage.
Feb 02 2017
Relative to other market changes, there is no indication that required coverage for women's health benefits was a primary driver of premium increases.
Dec 21 2016
At this time, enrollment appears to be slightly behind the pace needed to reach the administration's goal of signing up 13.8 million people. However, if more people who are currently in the market renew their coverage, then that goal could still be achieved.
Oct 27 2016
Rising premiums get all of the political attention, but lack of choice between insurers could be a bigger problem for consumers.
Oct 25 2016
Employers are facing the same challenges that the exchanges are in that they are wrestling with rising healthcare costs.
Oct 25 2016
A future administration needs to figure out how to restructure the premiums and coverage to make it attractive to a medium- income person.
Oct 25 2016
The big thing is really trying to figure out how to get more consumers into the marketplace.
Oct 24 2016
So, enrollees may need to change doctors or drugs when they switch insurers.
Aug 29 2016
My real concern is 2018. If there is no improvement in enrollment, we could see big sections of the country without any plans participating.
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