How ACA 'dine and dashers' affect the market
People who sign up for insurance plans and then drop coverage after their health care needs are satisfied leave the remaining insured holding the bill.
In 2014 and 2015, approximately half of ACA enrollees in California had dropped coverage by the end of the year, with many dropping after just one month. (Photo: Shutterstock)
A new analysis raises concerns about the survival of the
Affordable Care Act marketplace due to people strategically enrolling and dropping out of ACA plans.
A paper by
Stanford University researchers finds evidence that people are buying plans to address a health concern or discretionary care and then ditching the plan.
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