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|Subject: ||RE: Why do individual health insurance sign-up plans ask for details that go beyond the look-back period for your state?|
Should an employer be able to ask your health history before hiring you? After all since they are going to have to pay for your health care is seems only fair that they get that info.
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These rules are ridiculous. If someone is going to be involved in financing your healthcare, your medical history is relevant information. Why should the company have to choose whether to accept you as a client and then set a price for your policy with incomplete information?
Does it bother you that colleges demand detailed information about your academic history before they accept you? Does it bother you that employers demand detailed information about your work history before hiring you?
Why should anyone enter into a contract with you without knowing all the facts. And more importantly, why should the government prevent complete information from being shared between two contracting parties?
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