CMS officials say in the introduction to the draft that they hope to shore up the health insurance market by enhancing the role of states, empowering consumers, reducing unnecessary regulatory burden on stakeholders, and improving affordability. (Photo: Getty)

The Trump administration has come out with a 365-page notice that shows how the U.S. major medical insurance market could look in 2019 — if that market still exists, if the current laws stay about the same, and if the administration tries to keep public health insurance exchange program going.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) maps out the future in a draft set of Affordable Care Act (ACA) benefit and payment parameters for 2019

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