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April 2015

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From Inside Health Insurance Exchanges - Since the beginning of the year, HHS has offered regular enrollment updates for federally facilitated exchanges (FFEs). The agency, however, has been noticeably mum when it comes to participation in the federal Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP). The newness of the model has kept many employers on the fence when it comes to both private and public exchanges. But some industry observers contacted by HEX wonder if the SHOP program will ever attract substantial interest from small employers. Read more

With the federal funding spigot turned off, state-based insurance exchanges (SBEs) must… Read more

The open-enrollment period for federally run public insurance exchanges concluded Feb. 15.… Read more

Last June, technology firm Accenture predicted 9 million people would select benefits… Read more

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May 4, 2015
Pa. Governor Outlines King v. Burwell Contingency Plan

Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf (D) moves to protect Pennsylvanians from aftershocks of a potentially adverse SCOTUS ruling in King v. Burwell. http://tinyurl.com/qd2q92x

May 1, 2015
States Could Be Misusing Federal Grants on Exchanges

States could be misappropriating their exchange grants in the face of budget shortfalls, the HHS inspector general said. http://tinyurl.com/oz3bju5

May 1, 2015
Small Businesses Could Pay in SCOTUS Subsidy Case

An Urban Institute report says small businesses are vulnerable to cost rises if the Supreme Court rules against the Obama administration in ‪King v. Burwell‬. http://tinyurl.com/nljh9ps

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