By Dr. Lee Gross
The Hill, Jan. 13, 2019
In October, the Trump administration proposed a new rule that would expand the ways employers can use health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) to provide their employees with high-quality, low-cost health coverage. The Treasury Department estimates that 800,000 employers would take advantage of HRAs, which could affect coverage for more than 10 million employees.The administration could improve its proposed rule by classifying direct primary care (DPC) as a qualifying health-care expense so employees could use their HRAs to pay DPC costs, making it easier than ever for them to have access to more affordable primary care services. Click here to read more.