With the recent conclusion of the initial open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act, opportunities now exist to examine the experiences and successes of several state-based marketplaces in order to evaluate how they reached consumers and enrolled them in Qualified Health Plans
As the 2015 open enrollment period approaches, one of the most significant challenges faced by marketplaces stems from the complicated nature of premium subsidy calculations, which may lead to potentially large swings in consumers’ after-subsidy premiums and could have tax liability implications.
The State Network hosted a Small Group Convening in Boston, MA on July 10-11, 2014, bringing together state officials and technical experts to discuss QHP and IAP renewals in advance of the upcoming open enrollment period. The meeting provided officials from several states within and outside of State Network an opportunity to discuss strategies for confronting potential issues related to the renewals process.
With full implementation of the health insurance coverage provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on January 1, 2014, there has been great interest in assessing the law’s early impact on health insurance coverage in Minnesota.
The State Network hosted a Small Group Convening in New Orleans, LA on January 23-24, 2014, bringing together state officials and technical experts to discuss All-Payer Claims Databases and rate review.
The Oregon Health Policy Board met on August 6, 2013 to present updates on the 2013 legislative recap, the Coordinated Care Model Alignment workgroup, Health System Transformation Quarterly Report, and rate review and transparency opportunities.
The following brief, prepared by experts at the University of Minnesota, provides background on data collected by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), including new types of data being collected for health reform monitoring purposes.
The State Health Access Data Assistance Network (SHADAC) at the University of Minnesota prepared this chartbook summarizing the findings of the 2012 Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association (MCHA) Enrollee Survey.
The State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC) hosted a Small Group Convening on May 30-31, 2013 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, bringing together state and federal officials as well as technical experts to discuss the varying data needs and reporting requirements related to state-based marketplaces (SBMs).
Reasonable Compatibility Straw Models: Federal Requirements and State Options for Constructing a State’s Financial Reasonable Compatibility Standard
Manatt Health Solutions has created Reasonable Compatibility Straw Models to help state implementers better understand how to operationalize the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) eligibility rules in their state systems.