David Nather Apr 13, 2017
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Final Obamacare rule keeps Trump admin's market changes

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The final version of the Trump administration's "market stabilization" rule is out, and it keeps most of the Obamacare changes the Department of Health and Human Services proposed in February — including more flexibility in the way insurers are allowed to calculate the value of their coverage. That's one of the most controversial changes, because liberal groups say it could expose people to more out-of-pocket costs — but HHS says it's necessary "to improve the health and competitiveness of the markets."