Foundation’s Head Shows His Apprehensions

“We’ve always felt that you need 70 percent of a group to be able to get a good cross section of healthy and sick to make the program sustainable,” the insurance industry consultant Robert Laszewski said.
“And the administration’s only at about 10 percent. This is troubling.”
However there are apprehensions that whether the healthy versus sick or young versus old mix don’t come out right. The law is already designed to take that into consideration.
“There are a number of shock absorbers built into the system,” said Kaiser Foundation’s Levitt. “That means particularly in the first couple of years, the insurance system can withstand a skewed mix of enrollees.”
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