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April 28, 2014

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From AIS's Health Reform Week - Blowing past its earlier enrollment estimates, the White House on April 17 said that 8 million people had signed up for coverage through the state and federal insurance exchanges by the mid-April extended enrollment deadline. By contrast, enrollment at the original March 31 deadline stood at 7.1 million (HRW 4/7/14, p. 1). Also rising was the percentage of enrollees in the highly desired “young invincible” category. Of the enrollees on the federally run exchanges, 35% are under 35 years of age — a percentage that gets closer to the 40% threshold that some experts say is optimal for the exchange plans to remain viable. Read more

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September 23, 2014
AssuredPartners Launches Assured Options Private Exchange

AssuredPartners launches Assured Options private exchange. govoc.us/AABFG9

September 23, 2014
ACO Improvement Act Would Expand Use of Telemedicine

ACO Improvement Act (H.R. 5558) would expand use of telemedicine. http://tinyurl.com/k7uxyt3

September 23, 2014
Avalere Health Study Says Just 65% of Public Exchanges Cover Drugs for Rare Diseases

An Avalere Health study says just 65% of public exchange plans cover drugs for rare diseases like Huntington's and sickle cell anemia. http://www.amcp.org/JMCP/2014/October/18584/1033.html

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