CBO Cost Estimate of HR 1628 AHCA as passed by House 5.4.2017
CBO Cost Estimate of HR 1628 AHCA as passed by House 5.4.2017
CBO Cost Estimate of HR 1628 AHCA as passed by House 5.4.2017
Covered CA Analysis of AHCA
Covered CA Analysis of AHCA
AHCA of 2017 Committee Report - 822 Pages
AHCA of 2017 Committee Report – 822 Pages
Summary Chart - GOP Repeal & Replace 3.6.2017
Summary Chart – GOP Repeal & Replace 3.6.2017

Federal Budget Committe Report with the amendments that actually passed the House May 24

Summary

Full Report pdf  41 pages

Federal Committee Budget Report 822 pages

Covered CA 4.27.2017 Anaysis of AHCA & Federal Policies 10 Pages  shows the dramatic consequences facing Californians if federal policies are changed from the current structure and there is no longer direct federal funding of cost-sharing reduction (CSR) reimbursements and the individual shared responsibility payment  – mandate is not enforced when a consumer chooses not to purchase coverage.

  • California’s premiums could rise by 28 to 49 percent in 2018, and up to 340,000 consumers could lose individual market coverage if changes are made to existing federal policies.
  • The potential rate increase would mean billions of dollars in additional federal spending. The 1.2 million consumers who do not receive subsidies would bear the entire brunt of these increases.
  • The potential decrease of 340,000 insured consumers would not only represent many individuals losing access to potentially life-saving care, but it would result in a sicker risk mix in the individual market and higher premiums for everyone.

 

Premium Increases showing up already due to Trump…  LA Times 5.16.2017

 

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