Insurers that exit ACA marketplaces might still sell individual plans in those states; Five healthcare issues presidential candidates should be talking about

News From Around the Web

> Even though some insurers are choosing to stop participating in some Affordable Care Act marketplaces, they might choose to continue selling individual coverage outside of the exchanges in those states, writes Kaiser Health News reporter Michelle Andrews in her column, "Insuring Your Health." Column

> Colorado legislators have approved a bill that seeks to study whether the whole state should be treated as a single geographic district for health insurance policy purposes, the Denver Post reports. Article

> Out-of-pocket spending and Medicare policy are among the five health issues presidential candidates should be talking about, according to Kaiser Health News. Article

Health Finance News

> The American Hospital Association said it supports the work a federal agency is making in the realm of global payments, but also urges officials to do so with caution. Article

 > The chairwoman of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission expressed concern last week that continued hospital consolidation would have a sustained impact on both pricing and care, The Washington Post reported. Article

And Finally… Pure pandemonium. Video

Suggested Articles

Millennials and Gen Zers are particularly feeling the impacts of COVID-19 on their health coverage, according to a new survey.

United Airlines tested this week a digital health pass on a flight from London to Newark as part of a program to kick-start global travel.

CMS is pushing new cost transparency mandates. Health plans should be preparing now rather than waiting for the final rule to be announced.