Partner Rob Fuller was interviewed by health payer specialist to discuss the nation’s leading payers high-deductible health plans in the aftermath of the American Medical Association’s indictment of the products and the growing crisis of affordable coverage.
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Because they are designed to have consumers pay between $1,400 to $7,000 for medical care before insurance kicks in, these types of plans can be “a very bad trap for the unwary,” says Rob Fuller, attorney with Nelson Hardiman in Los Angeles and co-author of the book From ObamaCare to TrumpCare.
Fuller says that the plans exploded in popularity over the past 15 years as employers started asking for a lower-cost benefi. But the crisis of affordability, rendered more sharply by the pandemic, is leading to calls for change.
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