Premium Assistance Bans


What it looks like: You go for regular treatments to manage a disease such as hemophilia, cancer or kidney failure, and you qualify for help paying your insurance premiums. Then you receive a notice that your payment was rejected because your insurer no longer covers patients who rely on financial aid from nonprofit programs. You’re unsure how you can afford your health coverage and think you might be forced to switch plans or forgo the lifesaving treatment you need.