Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Off the Charts Blog | Center on Budget and Policy Priorities | Blog Archive | Moving Forward on Health Reform’s Insurance Exchanges

by Paul N. Van de Water

Even as a number of states challenge the health reform law (the Affordable Care Act, or ACA) in court, virtually every state has begun deciding how to implement a key part of it: creating state-based exchanges that will give individuals and small businesses a choice of coverage options and promote competition among insurance companies. A study panel of the National Academy of Social Insurance released a toolkit last week to help states design these exchanges to offer affordable and accessible coverage.

As members of the panel, Center board member Dick Nathan and I have written a brief paper outlining the issues involved in designing a governance structure for an exchange.
Full Article
Enhanced by Zemanta

No comments:

Post a Comment