People with pre-existing medical conditions typically struggle to find individual health insurance. But there are now alternatives in every state: a government-run plan for...

People with pre-existing medical conditions typically struggle to find individual health insurance. But there are now alternatives in every state: a government-run plan for these ”high-risk”¬† consumers. The insurance pools in Georgia and other states have arisen from the new health reform law. But there are restrictions in enrolling in these plans, and choices for consumers to make, the New York Times’ ”Patient Money” column points out.


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