Protected But Priced Out: Patients Worry About Health Law’s Future In Arizona

[protected-iframe id="a6557612bef19ac976e4bb9f69a3f73c-7618883-97277977" info="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/530846989/531787155" width="100%" height="250" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"] For years, says Corinne Bobbie, shopping in Arizona for a health plan for her little girl went like this: “‘Sorry, we’re not covering that kid,'” Bobbie recalls insurers telling her. “‘She’s a liability.'” On the day I visited the family at their home in a suburb north of Phoenix, 8-year-old Sophia bounced on a trampoline in the backyard. It’s difficult to tell she has a complex congenital heart condition and has undergone multiple surgeries. “She...

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