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People who turn to short-term, limited-duration health policies rather than purchasing coverage required by the Affordable Care Act to meet standards in types and levels of care provided could be in for a rough ride, both financially and in terms of available care.
That’s according to a research report from Milliman, which analyzed how the expansion of STLD policies and other regulatory action have affected enrollment levels as well as how much patients pay in premiums and medical costs.
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