Gone are pre-existing conditions if you vote for trump, and I know some trumpers are counting on the ACA

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There are different levels of plans. Bronze Plans are most exp. as far as deductibles and OOP max, those who get a Bronze Plan either are young and heathy, got money, or don't have money as they are the cheapest plans but they cover all existing PECS.
Bronze plans were the cheapest, high deductibles, around $1800 per person plus a $20 co-pay. You had to pay a monthly premium and had never got to the deductible and so you paid $9000 before the policy covered anything and then it was only 80%. Not sure how many people can afford to pay $9000 of insurance without it covering anything. My catastrophic was half that.
all the protections, such as the preventatives are covered 100% regardless of what plan you have.
Those aren't "protections". They're regulations forcing coverage that many consumers don't want.
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! they just made individual policies akin to group policies. everybody has the same coverage.
Why should everyone be forced to have the same coverage? Why not let people decide for themselves how to manage their health care? Do we really need government dictating this?
The ACA sets the Minimum not the Maximum. Just like the States set the minimums for Car Insurance.
True to a point, by default it also sets the maximums.
 

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There are different levels of plans. Bronze Plans are most exp. as far as deductibles and OOP max, those who get a Bronze Plan either are young and heathy, got money, or don't have money as they are the cheapest plans but they cover all existing PECS.
Bronze plans were the cheapest, high deductibles, around $1800 per person plus a $20 co-pay. You had to pay a monthly premium and had never got to the deductible and so you paid $9000 before the policy covered anything and then it was only 80%. Not sure how many people can afford to pay $9000 of insurance without it covering anything. My catastrophic was half that.
all the protections, such as the preventatives are covered 100% regardless of what plan you have.
Those aren't "protections". They're regulations forcing coverage that many consumers don't want.
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! they just made individual policies akin to group policies. everybody has the same coverage.
Why should everyone be forced to have the same coverage? Why not let people decide for themselves how to manage their health care? Do we really need government dictating this?
The ACA sets the Minimum not the Maximum. Just like the States set the minimums for Car Insurance.
True to a point, by default it also sets the maximums.
There are no maximums set. Only your pocket book and your senses sets maximums. Like I said, I have some great Elephant Stampede Insurance for Yosemite Park and Hurricane Home Insurance for Kansas. No one says you can't buy it if you really are that stupid.
 

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There are different levels of plans. Bronze Plans are most exp. as far as deductibles and OOP max, those who get a Bronze Plan either are young and heathy, got money, or don't have money as they are the cheapest plans but they cover all existing PECS.
Bronze plans were the cheapest, high deductibles, around $1800 per person plus a $20 co-pay. You had to pay a monthly premium and had never got to the deductible and so you paid $9000 before the policy covered anything and then it was only 80%. Not sure how many people can afford to pay $9000 of insurance without it covering anything. My catastrophic was half that.
all the protections, such as the preventatives are covered 100% regardless of what plan you have.
Those aren't "protections". They're regulations forcing coverage that many consumers don't want.
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! they just made individual policies akin to group policies. everybody has the same coverage.
Why should everyone be forced to have the same coverage? Why not let people decide for themselves how to manage their health care? Do we really need government dictating this?
The ACA sets the Minimum not the Maximum. Just like the States set the minimums for Car Insurance.
True to a point, by default it also sets the maximums.
There are no maximums set. Only your pocket book and your senses sets maximums. Like I said, I have some great Elephant Stampede Insurance for Yosemite Park and Hurricane Home Insurance for Kansas. No one says you can't buy it if you really are that stupid.
Yes there are. Tell me, who controls the rise of Premiums?
 

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