Monday, November 16, 2009

Would passage of health reform require quick changes in insurance plans?

By DAVE HELLING The Kansas City Star
Posted by Alma Zhumagulova

Millions of Americans are now engaged in a familiar ritual: signing up for next year’s health insurance coverage.

Pick a plan. Pick a premium. Make sure choices are submitted and approved on time.

But roughly half of those millions, according to a recent survey, are worried. They think the health care reform plan now working its way through Congress may force them to make major changes in their health plans quickly — perhaps within weeks — if it passes.

With one important exception, they can probably relax. Many of the major components of health reform won’t take effect until 2013.

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1 comment:

  1. I think helath reform would help the majority of people. However, it would harms the people who actually pay their money into the program. In my opinion, I think that the health reform is turning the USA into socialism.
    Quang Nguyen