Pre-existing condition insurance is a bit of an oxymoron.
Now I know everything around health insurance has become all political, but it should not be this way.
I mean, simply go to Wikipedia and look up the definition of insurability.
There are 7 requirements of insurability. And pre-existing conditions violate at least three of them.
Simply put, health insurance with a pre-existing condition, is more like a transfer payment than it is insurance.
I have said it before: Unfortunately, healthcare is an economic good.
One could reasonably disagree about the best way to ration healthcare – but no one usually wants to talk about that.
Agree to disagree?
Thankyou science and modern medicine (and Obamacare, which saved her from having a “preexisting condition” that would have invalidated our insurance).
-Rand Fishkin, Lost And Founder