Auto-renewal is a problem that defies easy solution | The Incidental Economist

The thing that worries me most about the next few years of health reform—aside from the obvious—is the kludgy auto-renewal process for exchange plans. There were some encouraging nuggets about reforming that process tucked into 324 pages of regulations released on Friday, but this is a problem that defies easy solution.

I’ll get to the new regulations—which will take a few years to scale up in their final form—in a separate post. First I want to lay out the issue, and why it makes me anxious.

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