While Nevada is taking stock of its first Affordable Care Act (ACA) open enrollment period as a true state-based exchange (HPW 2/10/20, p. 4), Pennsylvania is gearing up to follow in the silver state’s footsteps and make its own break with HealthCare.gov. Pennsylvania is one of three states — alongside New Jersey and New Mexico — that are planning an imminent transition from the federal health insurance enrollment platform to their own state-based exchange. Other states are reportedly considering similar moves now that the dust has long settled from some states’ botched exchange rollouts in the early years of the ACA.
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