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I Thought These Days Were Over!!

Published on 11/13/2018
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For many years, in the individual health insurance industry, there have been companies saying that they would put you in a group for $20 per month or $50 per month or $10 per month, and that group protected you from getting canceled if you were to get sick.

When the politicians were pushing the Affordable Care Act, we again heard them saying if we pass this law, insurance companies will no longer be able to cancel you just because you get sick.

I must refer everyone to section 2742 of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. This law, by the way, went into effect in 1996.


“(a) In General.–Except as provided in this section, a health insurance issuer that provides individual health insurance coverage to an individual shall renew or continue in force such coverage at the option of the individual.

“(b) General Exceptions.–A health insurance issuer may non-renew or discontinue health insurance coverage of an individual in the individual market based only on one or more of the following:

“(1) Nonpayment of premiums.–The individual has failed to pay premiums or contributions in accordance with the terms of the health insurance coverage or the issuer has not received timely premium payments.

“(2) Fraud.–The individual has performed an actor practice that constitutes fraud or made an intentional misrepresentation of material fact under the terms of the coverage.

“(3) Termination of plan.–The issuer is ceasing to offer coverage in the individual market in accordance with subsection (c) and applicable State law.

“(4) Movement outside service area.–In the case of a health insurance issuer that offers health insurance coverage in the market through a network plan, the individual no longer resides, lives, or works in the service area (or in an area for which the issuer is authorized to do business) but only if such coverage is terminated under this paragraph uniformly without regard to any health status-related factor of covered individuals.

“(5) Association membership ceases.–In the case of health insurance coverage that is made available in the individual market only through one or more bona fide associations, the membership of the individual in the association (on the basis of which the coverage is provided) ceases but only if such coverage is terminated under this paragraph uniformly without regard to any health status-related factor of covered individuals.

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