A study by Harvard Professor Benjamin Sommers supports the Obama Administration’s claims that last year’s health insurance cancellations were part of the normal churn of the individual health market.
The study states “found that the market was characterized by high turnover before the Affordable Care Act was implemented. Additionally, most people who left the nongroup market acquired other insurance within, suggesting that the cancellations attributed to Obamacare are unlikely to have a significant impact on overall coverage rates.
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Jeffrey R. Ungvary