Should individuals with preexisting conditions be able to purchase health insurance at the same cost as those without such conditions? Why or why ...
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Should individuals with preexisting conditions be able to purchase health insurance at the same cost as those without such conditions? Why or why not?
Since most working Americans get health insurance as a benefit of employment, losing or changing jobs often means losing or changing insurance coverage. As a result, most people are not continuously covered by the same plan throughout their lives. [ If they move directly from one employer-sponsored health plan to another, the disruption is usually not a problem (for reasons laid out below). But whenever someone, by choice or necessity, leaves employer-sponsored insurance to purchase health insurance on his own, the switch in coverage can present several challenges. ] Auto answered|Score 1|geeltot|Points 16|Note:
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