Multi-State Health Plans: The Final Rule

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To foster competition among health plans featured in the insurance exchanges, the ACA requires that at least two participating plans be multi-state health plans—plans that can cross state lines and be sold nationwide. In this updated implementation brief, the authors review the final Multi-State Plan Program regulations and outline key questions, including how the plans will work under conflicting state laws, and how the plans will be phased into the market.

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Date: May 2013
Author: Jane Hyatt Thorpe, Trish Riley, and Teresa Cascio