State-Level Progress in Implementation of Federally Facilitated Exchanges: Findings in Three Case Study States

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This paper focuses on states’ roles in implementation of FFEs. It provides an overview of recent regulations issued by CCIIO that describe the possible roles both for states and the federal government in the FFEs. It then provides in-depth descriptions of each of the specific FFE options as implemented in three states—Alabama, Michigan, and Virginia—with an eye to each state’s role in developing mechanisms to carry out their new responsibilities and progress in creating relationships with the federal government in order to ensure successful implementation of the three types of federally facilitated exchanges.

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Date: Jun 2013
Author: Urban Institute