Consumer Reports  |  January 19, 2022

“How successful this new policy will be hinges on how quickly insurers can put processes in place to make it easy for consumers to buy at-home COVID-19 tests with no up-front costs,” says Katie Keith, principal of Keith Policy Solutions, a healthcare consultancy for foundations and nonprofits, and an adjunct professor of law at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. “It will take a bit of time for this to all work out. It will be messy at the start.”

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