Is Donald Trump for Single-Payer Healthcare or Market-based Healthcare?

It certainly was an entertaining Republican debate last night. Lots of great ideas were brought to the table including ones to improve this nation's healthcare. However, we are still uncertain what Trump decides to do on that subject matter. On Aug. 2, 2015, GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry, the former Texas governor, said Trump is "for single-payer" -- essentially a present-tense version of the columnist’s claim. Our colleagues found that earlier in 2015, Trump voiced admiration for Scotland’s health care system, which is single payer. But in another interview -- while stopping short of rejecting single payer -- he talked about offering private plans made through "deals with hospitals"

The Role of Brokers in Open Enrollment Grows

" One thing is for certain, brokers have, and will continue, to play a big part in the success of the Healthcare Exchanges and Marketplaces. " As our industry prepares for the next round of open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on November 1st of this year, Brokers are poised to play an increasingly important role. With the goal of continuing to reduce the uninsured, many state governments are considering the best possible ways to embrace the broker distribution channel to help meet lofty enrollment goals. States Reach Out to Brokers for Help Many states, such as Connecticut, are giving larger roles to Brokers for this year’s open enrollment period. Previously, Brokers could only

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