Families report on how national health reform will benefit CT consumers

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A new report by Families USA outlines how national health reform proposals will improve health care for CT consumers from current law. Issues include coverage for pre-existing conditions, premiums based on gender and health status, expanding options for coverage, affordable premiums and out of pocket costs for families and small businesses, annual and lifetime caps on coverage, limiting administrative and profit overhead, maintaining coverage when consumers become sick, covering the uninsured and low income consumers, and Medicare improvements.
Ellen Andrews