Reforming Delivery
Wal-Mart’s Parade of Horribles Comes to Health Care
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  • Andrew Allison

    Just one question: do the agents’ commissions depend on the amount of the premium? If so, what are the chances of people really getting what they need, as opposed to what’s best for the agent. The history of abuses in selling whole life insurance and annuities, and the churning of accounts by stock brokers suggest otherwise. Help in navigating health, or any other form of insurance should be compensated, but if the compensation depends on the price of the recommended product, abuses will inevitably occur.

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