House Bill 1827 was developed for the purpose of allowing small employers (3-25) the option to join together with larger employer groups in association health plans under a common plan design and premium structure.
What does AHP stand for?
AHP stands for Association Health Plan
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- Arizona Highway Patrol
- Arkansas Highway Police
- Army Heliport
- Army Home Page
- Associated Health Professionals (California)
- Association for Healthcare Philanthropy
- Association for Humanistic Psychology
- Association of Health Plans
- Audio Hijack Pro (software)
- Austrian Help Program
- Austrian Hydro Power AG
- Automatismes Hydraulique Pneumatique (French: Hydraulic Pneumatic Automations)
- Auxiliary Hydraulic Power
- Average Hole-Potential
- Average Hydrostatic Pressure
- Awards, Honors, and Prizes
- Evacuation Hospital Ship (Auxiliary, Hospital, Personnel)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A competing plan - one recently outlined in these pages - would allow employers with 50 or fewer employees to band together as an Association Health Plan to buy health insurance.
The chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee wants to pass legislation allowing association health plans, but he insists the plans should be regulated by the states.
Rossmann of Associated Builders and Contractors said association members wouldn't be required to join the association health plan.
Association health plan legislation would spread the risk among a larger base, reduce administrative costs and enhance small businesses' negotiating power.
The discussion included a bill permitting the formation of association health plans.
545, the Small Business Health Fairness Acts, would authorize the formation and multi-state operation of federally certified association health plans (AHPs).