Health Insurance in Dallas Faces Bad Look As
Millions Cannot Afford Premiums
Dallas health insurance and the thousands of Americans who were
drawn to it during the COVID-19 pandemic ultimately lost out on
coverage because they couldn't pay for it.
According to a report by bloomberglaw.com, a significant
number of people who signed up for the Affordable Care Act
between March and August couldn't pay their initial
The thought is that the Affordable Care Act, despite its millions of
proponents suggesting that it is the most comprehensive health care
option out there, may not have the teeth to help families during a
public health emergency.
In other states, individuals and
families who are uninsured must
wait until November.
Regardless, the article states, "Findings
indicate many people can't afford ACA
coverage even though subsidies are
provided for those with incomes between
100% and 400% of the poverty level." As of
31, 21,316 people enrolled in ACA plans, but only 14,604
people paid initial premiums.
Public attitudes nationwide, including those
who have health insurance in Dallas, toward
the Affordable Care Act shows that
confidence is dwindling in the topsy-turvy
world of a public health crisis.
Rick Thornton, a Dallas health insurance agent ,
reminds everyone that the COVID-19 crisis is
something no one was prepared for, and that this is
uncharted waters for our country and health
insurance system as a whole.
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