Pros and Cons of the President's Policy Fix for Health Plan Cancellations

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<p>Last week, President Obama announced a transitional policy that will allow many Americans whose insurance companies have cancelled their health coverage to remain in their plans. The president offered the policy as a way to honor his promise that Americans who wish to keep their insurance can do so, even though the plans don't comply with the Affordable Care Act's consumer protections. </p><p>In a <a href="/blog/2013/pros-and-cons-presidents-policy-fix-health-plan-cancellations">new blog post</a>, The Commonwealth Fund's Sara Collins, Ph.D, explains that while this approach is not without risk, there are a number of mitigating factors to help ensure the policy's success. </p>
<p>Visit <a href="/blog/2013/pros-and-cons-presidents-policy-fix-health-plan-cancellations">The Commonwealth Fund Blog</a> for the complete post. </p>