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July 31, 2014

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From Inside Health Insurance Exchanges - In an effort to be self-sustaining by the end of 2014, as called for by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), several state-based exchanges (SBEs) intend to add or increase user fees that are tacked onto insurance policies sold inside — and sometimes outside — the exchanges. While states could seek additional federal funding, using federal dollars to sustain exchanges beyond 2014 was not contemplated under the ACA. Another strategy might be to share some expenses with the feds, or with other states. Read more

With the threat of the employer mandate looming just around the corner,… Read more

Two months after advocacy group Families USA urged HHS to extend future… Read more

Some carriers see private exchanges as the next frontier for the sale… Read more

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August 1, 2014
CMS: Expect More ‘Bumps’ With O-Care

CMS: Expect more ‘bumps’ with O-Care | TheHill … via @TheHill

August 1, 2014
CoveredCA plans, aAverage Rate Increase of 4.2%

For CoveredCA plans, average rate increase of 4.2% -- some will actually see rates go down.

July 31, 2014
Republicans Accuse Jarrett of 'Colluding' With Insurer

Republicans accuse Valerie Jarrett of 'colluding' with insurer | TheHill … via @TheHill

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