Trump hopes to boost lower-premium health insurance plans

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Stalled in his efforts to repeal and replace the Obama-era Affordable Care Act in Congress, Trump vowed late last month to take executive action to change aspects of the law, which he has deemed a failure.

However, it could also destabilize Obamacare by siphoning out younger and healthier Americans from the exchanges. "They will get great competitive health care and it will cost the United States nothing", he said. "And when I say people, I mean by the millions and millions". He will unveil his plan Thursday. They would not be limited exclusively to carriers operating within their states.

Separately, the order would allow consumers to buy short-term policies, which don't have to comply with Obamacare's protections for those with pre-existing conditions. He has also tasked various secretaries to look into "Health Reimbursement Accounts" that would assist small business owners in reimbursing their employees for healthcare expenses.

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Now Trump will try to put his own stamp on health care with an executive order that aims to make lower-premium insurance plans available to more consumers. But his says his order will give people more competition, more choices and lower premiums.

Conservatives in Congress continue to work on a comprehensive approach to repealing and replacing Obamacare.

President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he would sign a measure, likely this week, to allow people in the United States to buy healthcare across state lines. "They will be able to buy across state lines".

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Trump first vowed late last month to take executive action to fix aspects of the law, which he has deemed a failure. The plan has drawn backing from legislators like Sen. Republican Senator Rand Paul advocated for this solution when the discussions for the replacement of the Obamacare was discussed.

The directive will call on federal agencies to amend the rules governing these plans to free them from state regulation, according to a Wall Street Journal report on Saturday. Instead, the nationwide plans may come under the same federal oversight as large-employer policies.

Administration officials say it will let groups and associations sponsor coverage that can be marketed across the land, reflecting Trump's longstanding belief that interstate competition will lead to lower premiums. But responding to concerns, the White House said participating employers could not exclude any workers from the plan, or charge more to those in poor health.

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The Obama administration limited these plans' coverage to 90 days.

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