In continuing news:

Joe Paduda of Managed Care Matters penned another installment in his “ACA Deathwatch” series. This time, he discussed the impact a repeal of the ACA may have on the workers’ comp market across the nation. Paduda uses a 2014 RAND study for his analysis, which found that “the ACA is expected to reduce auto and workers’ compensation insurer costs and increase medical professional liability insurer costs by a few percentage points as of 2016” and that workers’ comp costs would be $930 million lower due to ACA.

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