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November 13, 2014

Recent Stories of Interest

From Inside Health Insurance Exchanges - A Congress soon to be led by a party opposed to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — combined with the Supreme Court’s recent decision to take on a controversial provision of the law — could give federally facilitated exchange (FFE) states a strong financial incentive to transition to a “supported state-based marketplace” model (HEX 9/4/14, p. 1). It also could lead to some political battles and bargaining with the White House. Read more

In the days before the nation’s public insurance exchanges open their doors… Read more

Although CMS won’t require carriers to submit quality data on their qualified… Read more

Armed with experience from last year’s open-enrollment period — and a fresh… Read more

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November 21, 2014
Washington Launches Comic Ad Campaign for Health Exchange

Watch: Washington insurance exchange has new 'humorous' ad campaign:

November 17, 2014
Number of SHOP Enrollees Lower Than Expected

GAO report finds SHOP fell far short of expectations.

November 17, 2014
HHS Secretary Says 100K Applied for ACA Coverage

Sylvia Burwell said 100,000 people submitted applications for ACA coverage.

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