Healthcare Finance News May 3, 2022
Jeff Lagasse

The organizations said that if the tax credits expire, enrollees could see premiums increase, and many would be priced out of care.

The American Hospital Association has joined the American Medical Association, AHIP and other healthcare organizations in drafting a letter to congressional leaders supporting a permanent extension of tax credits under the Affordable Care Act.

The signees, which also include the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, Federation of American Hospitals and the American Academy of Family Physicians, agreed that Americans should have a stable healthcare market with access to high-quality and affordable coverage.

“Achieving universal coverage is particularly critical as we continue managing the COVID-19 pandemic and work to address long-standing inequities in healthcare access and disparities in health...

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