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Insurers: More premium hikes likely for exchange plans next year amid market uncertainty

March 31, 2017  /  State Exchanges

With the individual markets facing heightened uncertainty, it is looking likely that health insurers will once again need to hike plan premiums.

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Insurers: More premium hikes likely for exchange plans next year amid market uncertainty

March 17, 2017  /  State Exchanges

With the individual markets facing heightened uncertainty, it is looking likely that health insurers will once again need to hike plan premiums.

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CMS adds rule aimed at stabilizing ACA market

February 24, 2017  /  State Exchanges

The federal government proposed a rule on Wednesday aimed at helping to stabilize the ACA individual and small group insurance markets. 

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Enrollments Rise on State Health Exchanges

February 11, 2017  /  State Exchanges

Enrollment increased in a number of state health exchanges for 2017, but it’s unclear if the numbers reflect a response to the expected repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

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15 things to know about the ACA’s affect on 5 state insurance marketplaces

February 11, 2017  /  State Exchanges

A study to better understand the ACA’s implementation focuses on competition in California, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina and Texas.

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48 insurers that decreased their 2017 ACA exchange footprint

January 26, 2017  /  State Exchanges

48 insurers which sold health insurance on ACA exchanges for 2016 but exited exchanges in some states or markets for the 2017 coverage year.

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48 insurers that decreased their 2017 ACA exchange footprint

January 21, 2017  /  State Exchanges

Here are 48 insurers which sold health insurance on ACA exchanges for 2016 but exited exchanges in some states or markets for the 2017 coverage year.

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State Experiences Show Why Repealing the ACA’s Premium Subsidies and Individual Mandate Would Cripple Individual Health Insurance Markets

January 21, 2017  /  Premium Subsidies, State Exchanges

What happens if Congress and the new president push ahead with partial repeal without securing support for a replacement? The resulting regulatory landscape would look like what several states had in place prior to the ACA. Their experiences were poor.

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If New Obamacare Patients Are Healthy, Insurance Market Steadies

January 1, 2017  /  State Exchanges

The surprising surge in Americans signing up for individual coverage under the Affordable Care Act could help insurance companies rebound in 2017 from a down year that triggered big rate increases.

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CMS finalizes 2018 exchange rules ahead of Trump administration

December 25, 2016  /  State Exchanges

The CMS has made a handful of final changes to the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance marketplaces for 2018, just a little more than a month before Donald Trump takes over the White House and congressional Republicans move to repeal the healthcare reform law.

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