How insurance rates are shaping up under the ACA

08/9/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

With some states having released proposed premiums under the Affordable Care Act, it's becoming clear that health insurance rates for older people will still be higher, but not necessarily only because of the health care law, observers say. Because applicants with pre-existing conditions cannot be rejected, making comparisons with previous rates is difficult, Philip Moeller writes. Actual participation in 2014, especially by younger Americans, will determine the trajectory of rates in the future, he writes.

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