KHI’s St. Peter explains elements of ACA on NPR

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Dec 04, 2013

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Robert F. St. Peter, M.D.

KHI’s Robert St. Peter explains elements of ACA on NPR radio.

NPR recently interviewed KHI President and CEO Robert St. Peter for stories airing this week on the Affordable Care Act. As he explains below, under the new federal health reform law, insurers can only set prices for an individual’s insurance based on three things: age and smoking, and where you live.

This story aired Dec. 4 on KCUR 89.3 FM; another story is scheduled to air Dec. 6.

 

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