Washington, D.C. — Recent analysis conducted by the Foundation for Government Accountability finds that the American Health Care Act, including the Palmer-Schweikert and MacArthur amendments, would reduce premiums for Americans buying insurance on their own off the exchange – potentially up to 50%.
FGA’s research also concluded that:
“With the addition of the Palmer-Schweikert and MacArthur amendments, the AHCA promises to be a viable solution for states seeking relief from the Affordable Care Act with protections for those with pre-existing conditions,” says FGA CEO Tarren Bragdon. “I am encouraged by the strides the House has made and look forward to additional progress in the Senate.”
The Foundation for Government Accountability is a non–profit, multi–state think tank that specializes in health care, welfare, and regulatory reform. To learn more, visit TheFGA.org.