Insurance Medical Claims and the
Affordable Health Care Act
Dr. Robert B. Hackey, Professor of Health Policy and Management and Director of Health Policy Program at Providence College.
In a recent report from the Associated Press, a new study finds that insurance companies will have to pay out an average of 32 percent more for medical claims on individual health policies under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
What does that mean for you? It could increase premiums for at least some Americans.
If you are uninsured, or you buy your policy directly from an insurance company, you should pay attention. But if you have an employer plan, like most workers and their families, odds are you don't have much to worry about.
Dr. Robert B. Hackey is is a professor of Health Policy and Management and Director of the Health Policy Program at Providence College. He can provide analysis on the Affordable Health Care Act. To speak with him directly, please contact Chrissy Centazzo at (401)-340-5710, or email@example.com.
Meet Our Expert:
Dr. Robert B. Hackey,
professor of health policy and management
and program director;
Teaching at PC since 1999
Public Opinion and Health Care
Health Care Reform
Health Planning/Certificate of Need Regulation
Health Care in the Mass Media
Selected Courses Taught:
American Health Care System
Policy Analysis in the Health Sector
Health Care and Popular Culture