Insuring Your Health: Short-Term Plans Can Skirt Health Law Requirements

Kaiser Health News consumer columnist Michelle Andrews writes: "What a difference a day makes. Consumers who buy a health insurance policy good for only 364 days might save hundreds of dollars in premiums, but they could also find themselves without important benefits and charged a penalty for not having insurance next year" (Andrews, 10/28). Read the column.

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