- Sep 24, 2007
As someone who knows FAR more on this topic than you could hope to I will put it bluntly: you have no valid perspective in evaluating the credibility of Health Affairs.#1 - Biased news source. Just knowing that there is a donate button front and center on the page tells me it's not a reputable news source. Not even Mainstream media - which in of itself is typically left leaning.
#2 - This is not a healthcare plan. It is a supposed Idaho executive order... As I stated earlier, no insurance carrier is stupid enough to offer a healthcare plan that conflicts with federal law. Regardless of any state laws, no health insurance company would be stupid enough to risk it.
That said, Idaho Blue Cross took Idaho up on their offer to allow noncompliant plans.