NAHU Newswire: (12/1, Sullivan) reports congressional Republicans are in discussions with “health insurers about ways to prevent a collapse of the insurance market once they pass an” Affordable Care Act “repeal bill.” The article says while Republicans intend to repeal the ACA early next year, they intend “to delay it from taking effect for a few years to avoid immediate disruption in people’s coverage,” during which time they will devise a replacement for the healthcare law. Yet, “industry officials and healthcare experts are warning that insurers might bail out of the system altogether once a repeal bill passes, particularly since many of them have been losing millions of dollars on” ACA plans.