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August 14, 2014

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From Inside Health Insurance Exchanges - It’s been 10 months since state and federal insurance exchanges sputtered to life. While most of the major problems have been addressed — and 8 million people found coverage through the new marketplaces by the end of the enrollment period — industry observers aren’t confident the kinks have been permanently smoothed out. And a recent proposal to automatically re-enroll consumers who found coverage through could add another layer of complexity for consumers and carriers. Read more

During the latest round of conference calls to discuss second-quarter earnings, health… Read more

Beginning on Jan. 1, 2015, Washington, D.C., employers with 50 or fewer… Read more

Dueling appeals court rulings issued July 22 once again call into question… Read more

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August 13, 2014
Analysis of 27 States Predicts Rates for Exchange-Based Plans Will Rise avg. of 7.5% for '15

PwC analysis of 27 states predicts rates for exchange-based plans will rise avg. of 7.5% for '15.

August 8, 2014
Health Net Drops Out of Ore. Exchange

Citing transition costs and uncertainty, Health Net Drops Out of Oregon exchange:

August 7, 2014
Advocates: Insurance Companies Making HIV, AIDS Drugs Unaffordable Under Obamacare Exchange

Advocates: Insurance Companies Making HIV, AIDS Drugs Unaffordable Under Obamacare Exchange « CBS DC

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