CAHI

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CAHICouncil for Affordable Health Insurance
CAHICanadian Association of Home Inspectors
CAHICanadian Animal Health Institute
CAHIConnecticut Association of Home Inspectors (North Haven, CT)
CAHICambodian-American Heritage, Inc. (est. 1980)
CAHICitizens for Affordable Homes, Inc. (Nevada)
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The Council for Affordable Health Insurance is an association of small to mid-sized insurance companies that was formed in March, 1992, to fight for free market solutions to the problems in the health care system.
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A study for the Council for Affordable Health Insurance found that a nationwide MSA plan would cut health spending by $587 billion.
The actuarial-based study by the Council for Affordable Health Insurance (5) suggests the MSAs would cut the number of uninsured in half over a five-year period.
Council for Affordable Health Insurance. These ongoing, side-by-side analyses of state and federal MSA legislation can be obtained free (unless otherwise indicated) from the Council for Affordable Health Insurance, 112 S.
to a modest outfit in Alexandria, Virginia, called the Council for Affordable Health Insurance. Formed in March 1992, the organization currently has 32 members, mostly insurers in small-group or supplemental markets.
This seems to be a mandate for something very similar to what Gramm, the Council for Affordable Health Insurance, and other market-oriented senators and organizations are pushing.
Each year the Council for Affordable Health Insurance tracks the increase in mandates state by state.
"We think that most people would be much happier with a [Health Savings Account]," says Merrill Matthews, president of the Council for Affordable Health Insurance, Alexandria, Va., referring to programs that combine high-deductible health insurance with personal health savings accounts.
Greg Scanlon, who heads the Council for Affordable Health Insurance, an association of 30 health insurers supporting Medisave, warns that by focusing on consumer choice among insurers but not patient choice among health-care alternatives, proposals such as the Heritage plan run aground.
The Council for Affordable Health Insurance (CAHI), mentioned earlier as a break away group from the HIAA, and the AMA have also voiced support for more consumer freedoms.
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