Unfortunately that is going on in California, not Pennsylvania (at least yet). According to the Contra Costa Times this plan would
• Allow people to create tax-free spending accounts for health-related expenses;
• Invite out-of-state insurance companies to do business in California, a move they say would create competition and lower costs; and
• Give insurers flexibility to offer less expensive, scaled-back benefit plans tailored to young and healthy people who currently are uninsured.
If legislators in PA follow the advice of my testimony yesterday (and I think they are smart enough to recognize the wisdom of that), they will offer also offer free-market healthcare reforms as an alternative to RendellCare.