NEW YORK — The price is right for medical insurance coverage.
And it could be as cheap as it is for medical care, according to the new analysis by The Price is Right.
The show’s producers and guests, including doctors, insurance executives and a former President of the United States, will tell you that they think this is the most comprehensive health insurance marketplace in the world, and that they believe the market has the potential to deliver the best value for consumers, according a preview.
For now, they are offering an early glimpse into what the future holds, with the show focusing on the U.S. and Canada, with an eye toward 2020.
It is a very big market, and they are very optimistic about it, says co-creator David Einhorn, who was a U.N. Special Envoy for Health and Nutrition in Geneva when the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010.
“There’s a lot of room for improvement.
There’s a very large market in the U, Canada, the U.-Puerto Rico and Puerto Rico, for example,” Einhoorn says.
But he also believes there is a chance that the market can reach a tipping point, and says he is optimistic that it will be profitable for consumers.
There are two main drivers of demand, he says.
First, it is an emerging market, with people who want to have a better quality of life.
“The cost of health care has gone up dramatically over the last 10 years,” Einshorn says.
Second, there are growing fears that some states are moving too slowly to expand Medicaid, a program that would allow millions of people to get insurance for the first time.
“It’s a big deal for the economy because people who don’t get health insurance in their home state can go into the market and get health care for the next two years, and then they can pay more money back out of their own pockets,” he says, referring to the $1,400 premium and deductibles that a new enrollee has to pay before he or she can receive health care.
This is a huge opportunity, but we need to figure out how to deliver value, says Einhofens wife, Sarah Einhart, who will serve as co-host for the show, which is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, June 18 at 10 p.m.
I don’t think we will be able to keep the current level of premium,” Einahart says, adding that she believes it is possible to have the average cost of a plan, as measured by out-of-pocket costs, remain roughly the same.
What is more, the show will look at how the market is responding to the law, and how it can be improved, Einshords prediction.
Einhorn said the show is being funded by an initial $3 million from the American Cancer Society, and he hopes that the show can raise $4 million from investors to help expand the coverage it will offer.
The show will also feature interviews with medical professionals and insurance experts.
The show is expected to launch in the United Kingdom and Ireland in early 2018.
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