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Specialty drugs: What will sick people do?

May 13, 2013  /  Benchmark Plans

Although the money for covering uninsured Americans is coming from Washington, the heath care law gives states broad leeway to tailor benefits, and the local approach can also allow disparities to emerge.   via LifeHealthPro

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Blue-State ACA Blues: Connecticut’s ‘Benchmark Plan’ Already Unaffordable

March 26, 2013  /  Benchmark Plans, State Exchanges, States

What happens when your “benchmark plan” to be sold in a state exchange, and outlines the essential health benefits that will be required of all plans, is no longer competitive? Connecticut faces just this problem.

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Small-group plans driving insurance exchange benchmarks

November 2, 2012  /  Benchmark Plans, State Exchanges

Washington Uncertainty continues to surround the essential health benefits provision of the Affordable Care Act, which will determine the minimum level of care that health plans must cover in upcoming health insurance exchanges. Roughly half of the… via American Medical News

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Drug Coverage in Essential Health Benefits Benchmark Plans: Formulary Analysis

October 1, 2012  /  Benchmark Plans, State Exchanges

HHS’ Regulatory Approach to Essential Health Benefits (EHBs) Allows States to Select Benchmark Plans…

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