Health economists also overwhelmingly (81% agreement) said the ACA’s individual mandate — in which people paid a fine if they chose not to be insured — was essential for its success. Without it, they said, the people who sign up would disproportionately be sicker, causing insurance to become more expensive. This phenomenon, also known as adverse selection, could collapse the market.
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