Renewal Strategies during the 2nd Open Enrollment Season

During the second year of open enrollment in marketplaces, for the first time states renewed current enrollees alongside new customers. Renewing coverage for existing enrollees is essential to avoid coverage gaps, but state approaches to renewals and re-enrollment in marketplace coverage varied. This chart looks at how states handled Advanced Premium Tax Credits (APTC) and […]

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  • Population Health Components of State Innovation Model (SIM) Plans: Round 1 Model Testing State

    As we noted in a previous analysis, the State Innovation Model (SIM) Testing Awards that HHS awarded to six states (Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oregon, and Vermont) were to support states’ work on multi-payer payment and delivery system reform. Strategies to improve the population’s health were a critical aspect of the SIM awards. The SIM […]

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    November 19, 2014 | Filed under: Charts, Population Health, State Refor(u)m

  • Individual Marketplace Pediatric Dental Benefit Decisions for 2014

    This chart highlights marketplace policy decisions related to pediatric dental coverage for the 2014 plan year.  It tracks the kinds of pediatric dental products that marketplaces solicited and offered on the marketplace in 2014, particularly whether dental benefits were offered through stand-alone dental products (SADP), as “bundled” products that paired a specific SADP and a qualified […]

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    July 17, 2014 | Filed under: Charts, Population Health, State Refor(u)m

  • Primary Care Extension Models in Lead IMPaCT States

    Section 5405 of the Affordable Care Act authorizes the establishment of a primary care extension program (PCEP) to improve the quality of primary care services by “educat[ing] providers about preventive medicine, health promotion, chronic disease management, mental and behavioral health services, and evidence-based and evidence informed therapies and techniques.” The Agency for Healthcare Research and […]

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    March 6, 2014 | Filed under: Charts, Population Health, State Refor(u)m