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July 2015

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From Inside Health Insurance Exchanges - Sometime this summer, CMS is expected to propose processes and fees for state-based exchanges (SBEs) that lease technology, HEX has learned. With no fee structure in place, SBEs that rely on the federal exchange platform essentially are being subsidized by the 3.5% user fee charged for health plans sold by federally facilitated exchanges (FFEs) through Guidelines and fees for leasing will need to be addressed through the rule-making process, and likely wouldn’t go into effect until the 2017 plan year. Read more

If the Supreme Court had ruled in favor of the plaintiff in… Read more

CMS is now reviewing 2016 plan designs for individual policies sold on… Read more

Large national employers are putting the finishing touches on the benefits packages… Read more

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July 29, 2015
E-News Alert for July 29, 2015

This week's headlines

  • Another CO-OP Bites the Dust
  • Covered California Touts 4.2% Average Rate Hike for 2016
  • Study Shows Exchanges Were Effective at Re-enrollment
  • Estimated 300,000 Tax Filers Paid Fine for Being Uninsured

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Previous E-Alerts are archived at "Recent E-Alerts."

July 29, 2015
Study Shows High Health Exchange Re-Enrollment

A study of six states by the Urban Institute shows they all re-enrolled health exchange customers at a highly successful rate.

July 27, 2015
Covered Calif. to Reveal 2016 Premiums

California's health ‪exchange‬ will announce 2016 premium rates today.

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