In their Article, Saving Small-Employer Health Insurance, Amy Monahan and Dan Schwarcz contend that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) could be the death of small-group health insurance by incentivizing many small employers not to offer coverage. While their prediction that the ACA, after implemented, will destabilize the small-group insurance market may prove true, I argue why their prescription that it should be saved is flawed and why we may be better off without small group insurance.
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Hoffman, Allison K., "An Optimist's Take on the Decline of Small-Employer Health Insurance" (2013). Faculty Scholarship at Penn Carey Law. 1887.
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