ACA

As Congress continues its Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal effort, and evolving replacement options are in the spotlight, NASHP continues to track issues that appear in replacement proposals and provide state perspectives. In past weeks we’ve looked through a state lens at high-risk pools and selling insurance across state lines. Today we tackle another element of possible ACA replacement proposals: health savings accounts […]

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  • Publications

    Today we issue another brief in our series, Lessons from States: Questions for Policymakers, that puts a state lens on emerging proposals in the ACA repeal and replace debate. Our latest, Selling Health Insurance Across State Lines notes that over the last decade 21 states introduced legislation to sell across state lines, only five states enacted such […]

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    February 7, 2017 | Filed under: ACA, Front Page, Publications
  • Repeal, Replace, or Repair?

    The future of the ACA remains in question. Currently, Congress has begun their efforts at repealing the law.  And while replacement options continue to evolve NASHP is tracking these proposals, gathering state perspectives, and addressing potential impacts while also focusing on what was learned from past initiatives. Below are our latest tools for states regarding […]

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    February 2, 2017 | Filed under: ACA, Featured, Landing Page
  • State Health Policy Blog

    Congress has begun its Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal effort and evolving replacement options are receiving considerable attention. NASHP is tracking issues that appear in multiple proposals and will provide state perspectives, including: How might they impact states? What might they cost? Have they been tried before in states and what did we learn from […]

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  • Much has been written about the impact of ACA repeal on consumers and health insurance markets. With this chart NASHP provides an overview of ACA provisions and snapshot of the implications to states if the ACA is repealed. States are the primary regulator of insurance and as such had laws in place prior to the enactment of […]

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    January 24, 2017 | Filed under: ACA, Exchange, Front Page, Medicaid, Population Health