Amy Goldstein at the Washington Post is out with a story reporting that the Obama administration is looking to use an obscure federal law to pay billions of dollars in Obamacare risk corridor liabilities to participating insurance companies. The HHS and FTC interim rules were mandated by more stringent privacy and security requirements outlined in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) covered entities and business associates and certain non-HIPAA-covered entities.
Clinton becomes the next President of the United States, Obamacare will survive largely unharmed with a few minor tweaks to address a few minor initial oversights, best summed up by Sara Rosenbaum , a professor of health law and policy at George Washington University: The subsidies were not generous enough.
Shocking because they completely ignore the fundamental financial problem Obamacare is having-too many sick people have signed up and not enough healthy people because the insurance plans the carriers are offering are so unattractive to all but the sickest because of the tight regulatory box Obamacare puts them in.
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