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What Would Association Health Plans Mean for California?
California HealthCare FoundationLink to more items from this source
May 10, 2004
Excerpt: According to two reports sponsored by CHCF, AHPs would leave less of the market under state supervision. The greatest impact would be on California's currently heavily regulated small-group market where AHPs would likely attract small businesses with healthy employees, lowering their rates. However, costs for small groups with sicker employees would likely increase. Additionally, AHPs would not result in a net reduction in the number of California's uninsured.

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