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CMWF-Risk Adjustment Under the Affordable Care Act: A Guide for Federal and State Regulators

May 2011

This brief explores the challenges regulators will face, considers the consequences of the health reform law’s risk adjustment provisions, and analyzes the merits of different risk adjustment strategies.


AL-Rate Review Grant Narrative

May 2011

Alabama Department of Insurance narrative for the Department of Health and Human Services Grants to States for Health Insurance Premium Review—Cycle I.


NM-Premium Review Work Plan and Timeline

May 2011

New Mexico's health insurance premium review work plan and timeline.


NAIC-The Comparative Roles of Navigators and Producers in the Exchange: What Are the Issues-DRAFT

May 2011

The report is a draft white paper that will assist state policymakers with the implementation of health insurance exchanges and discuss the issues surrounding the roles and responsibilities of navigators and producers within the exchange.


VT-Exchange Legislation

May 2011

The legislation (H.B. 202) will create a health insurance exchange in Vermont and will also start to implement a single payer system in three to five years.


KS-MLR Waiver Request

May 2011

Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger has requested a waiver from HHS for the medical loss ratio requirement under the ACA.


CA-Strategies to Navigate Health Care Challenges

May 2011

CaliforniaHealthline asked experts and stakeholders to weigh in and offer suggestions to mitigate the ever growing health care challenges for California's local and state governments.


MD-Small Business Web Portal

May 2011

The Maryland Health Care Commission launched a new web portal to help small businesses compare health care plans.


HCFO-Regulating the Medical Loss Ratio: Implications for the Individual Market

May 2011

Changes in Health Care Financing & Organization's (HCFO) produced a findings brief on how the minimum medical loss ratio (MLR) provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will impact the individual market for health insurance.

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