New Choices

Individual, Family Insurance Options
  • Dave Parks

Abstract

Health care reform means big changes in the relationships individuals and families have with insurers. It may change where they purchase insurance, and how much they pay for it. It will require them to have insurance, and it will change what is covered by policies. It changes how tax laws treat medical expenses. And it provides a multitude of protections intended to keep insurers fair, honest, and efficient.

Keywords

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