26TH ASIA INSURANCE INDUSTRY AWARDS 2022

October 31, 2022 | Singapore

26TH ASIA INSURANCE INDUSTRY AWARDS 2022
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Spotlight

In recent weeks, insurers in many areas of the country have unveiled the premiums they propose to charge for individual market health insurance policies in 2019. In setting premiums for 2019, insurers are taking account of several policy changes that will be new in effect for the 2019 plan year, including repeal of the individual mandate penalty and Trump Administration actions to expand the availability of plans that are exempt from various Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements. These policy changes are generally expected to cause many healthier people to leave the individual market and thereby raise individual market premiums.


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