States Work with Insurers to Provide More Affordable Plans Focusing on Primary Care and Wellness Benefits

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This past year saw two additional states (following Rhode Island’s lead[i]) attempt to provide a more affordable insurance option that emphasizes primary and preventive care. Both New Hampshire and Florida are asking insurers to offer bids to the state for a plan that meets prescribed benefit and affordability standards. 

[i] See the Rhode Island Section of 2009 State of the States.