According to Obama administration officials, child-only health insurance policy plans represent a small share of the individual market nationwide, with between 100,000 & 700,000 children covered. According to Louisville-based Humana, one of Kentucky's two largest health insurers, Humana has 1 million members paying for health insurance coverage in Kentucky and Indiana, which include 1,200 with child-only policies. We hope that the Kentucky Insurance Commissioner will be successful in getting answers from insurers and perhaps help change their minds regarding insurers' decision to stop selling these types of child-only health policy plans. Injured children or sick children need medical treatment, and should not be shut out by large insurance companies. The alternative can result in disaster for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, that is, it seems unfair to make Kentucky's state budget and its citizens suffer potentially "disastrous" effects in exchange for the already profitable health insurers and insurance companies making a little bit more money at the expense of the public.
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