As Congress works to repeal and replace ObamaCare with legislation that expands patient choice, increases access to coverage, and lowers costs, FGA believes that any plan must include the following reforms:
A recent poll conducted by FGA found that 79% of Republicans and 81% of Trump voters support stopping ObamaCare expansion enrollment. Stopping enrollment is an immediate step towards making the truly needy a priority once again.
A risk-sharing program identifies the handful of pre-existing conditions driving premium increases and sets up a targeted program that allows insurers to price new enrollees as if all are healthy instead of pricing everyone as sick. The Foundation for Government Accountability believes that if Congress enacted an invisible risk-sharing program and expanded age bands to 5:1, Americans would see lower costs and greater access to coverage.