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healthinsurance.org 10/09/2019 13:11
In this edition Window shopping available in five state-run exchanges, with more coming soon. Colorado has published a proposal for a new “State Plan” that would be offered statewide as of 2022. Maine is taking an active role in boosting health insurance enrollment. New Jersey has received approval for a state-run exchange using HealthCare.gov Molina […]
healthinsurance.org 10/02/2019 12:59
In this edition Window shopping available now in four states’ exchanges: California, Idaho, Maryland, and New York Idaho is seeking federal approval for a Medicaid work requirement Wyoming coal miners who lost their insurance at the end of August have access to retroactive coverage Colorado no longer has any short-term plans, so health care sharing [...]
healthinsurance.org 09/25/2019 12:57
In this week's edition of The Scoop: average individual-market health insurance premiums are barely budging for 2020; short-term health plans with longer durations are now available in Arizona; Florida judge allows Florida Blue to require agents to be captive; Indiana residents file suit to block Medicaid work requirement; Michigan enacts legislation to make Medicaid work requirement reporting less onerous; and New Hampshire spent $187,000 trying to get people into compliance with Medicaid work requirement.
healthinsurance.org 09/25/2019 09:00
The biggest story surrounding 2020 ACA premium changes is that there’s literally no story of crazy rate changes, at least nationally. While there are wide variances from state to state and carrier to carrier as happens every year, when you average them all together nationally, unsubsidized 2020 premiums are expected to be FLAT compared to 2019 pricing.
healthinsurance.org 09/18/2019 12:21
In this week's edition of The Scoop: In this edition: Six states extend their ACA 2020 open enrollment periods; Tennessee unveils proposed modified block grant model for Medicaid; Kaiser Permanente workers prepare to strike in five states and DC; some Montana residents misled by short-term insurers could receive restitution; Anthem partners with Georgia Farm Bureau to offer medically underwritten plans.
healthinsurance.org 09/04/2019 09:14
Missouri has not expanded Medicaid, but signatures are being gathered to get an expansion initiative on the 2020 ballot. For now, non-disabled Missouri adults without children are not eligible for Medicaid regardless of how low their income is, and parents with dependent children are only eligible with incomes that don't exceed 22 percent of the poverty level. Only Texas has a lower Medicaid eligibility cap, at 18 percent.
healthinsurance.org 09/01/2019 08:16
As of late 2018, about 516,000 people in Nevada had Medicare coverage. About 36 percent were enrolled in Medicare Advantage, and a little more than a third had stand-alone Part D plans. Nevada does not require Medigap insurers to offer plans to people under 65, and most do not.
healthinsurance.org 08/30/2019 13:20
In this week's edition of The Scoop: Rhode Island reinsurance program receives federal approval; New Mexico will ban surprise balance billing as of January 2020; Illinois expands mammogram coverage; Moda plans to rejoin Alaska’s exchange for 2020; Arizona voters may see a ballot initiative to codify ACA consumer protections ...
healthinsurance.org 08/25/2019 18:16
More than 1.2 million people in Indiana are enrolled in Medicare, and 27 percent are under age 65. Indiana does not require Medigap insurers to offer plans to beneficiaries under age 65, but that will change in mid-2020 as a result of legislation enacted in 2019.
healthinsurance.org 08/23/2019 13:31
In this week's edition of The Scoop: Reinsurance gets federal approval in Montana and Delaware; Maryland short-term plans will cover mental health/substance abuse treatment; Colorado considers an SEP for Medigap enrollees; Simple Health Plans customers across nation get a special enrollment period; the list of insurers entering marketplaces for 2020 grows; North Carolina legislation would expand access to association health plans.

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