By Grace-Marie Turner
Forbes, September 12, 2018
Yes, people with pre-existing conditions should be protected. But, like so many other things with Obamacare, the health overhaul law offers a promise but produces collateral damage in trying to deliver. States have much more experience in overseeing insurance markets, and the Health Policy Consensus Group has developed the Health Care Choices Proposal to provide states with greater flexibility and additional resources to help their citizens, including those with pre-existing additions. The plan would provide dedicated funding so they can help those with pre-existing conditions as well as families who are being hammered by high health costs so both groups can get and keep coverage.