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Submitted by ron on
Probably because too many subscribers to Catastrophic Plans can't really afford to pay their share of medical expenses, should they need much medical treatment. So despite having paid premiums, if they won't pay the provider, the costs become a burden to the provider. For those who can afford normal premiums, everyone is served better if more revenue comes in, and if everyone seeks healthcare instead of avoiding illness for fear of financial hardships.
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