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January 2016

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From Inside Health Insurance Exchanges - Just three weeks after being sworn in, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) sent a letter to HHS Sec. Sylvia Burwell, explaining that his administration would “wind down and cease operation” of Kynect, the state-run insurance exchange, and transition to the federal platform. Since opening its virtual doors in 2013, Kynect has been touted as one of the nation’s most successful state-based exchanges (SBEs). The state also had been among the most successful in coordinating functions between the exchange and the Medicaid program. Read more

Based on recent proposals from CMS, the agency in 2017 intends to… Read more

For the 2016 plan year, provider-sponsored health plans (PSHPs) account for 26%… Read more

CMS’s Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters (BPP) seeks to reset the… Read more

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February 10, 2016
E-News Alert for February 10, 2016

This week's headlines

  • Kentucky Will Need to Refund $57.5 Million to Feds
  • Centene Nearly Doubles Exchange Enrollment
  • Obama’s Budget Proposal Tweaks Cadillac Tax

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

February 3, 2016
E-News Alert for February 3, 2016

This week's headlines

  • Aetna’s Bertolini Is Optimistic About Exchanges, but Has ‘Serious Concerns’
  • Fidelity Launches Multi-Carrier Private Exchange
  • Looking Beyond Exchange Premiums Could Slash Costs for HIV Patients
  • Basic Health Programs in Minnesota, New York See Big Enrollment

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February 3, 2016
Aetna Has "Serious Concerns" About ACA Exchanges

Aetna has "serious concerns" about the exchanges, despite previously voicing its continued commitment to the market.

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