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Administration Proposes Significant Policy Changes for State Insurance Markets through New 1332 Waiver Guidance
On Oct. 22, 2018, the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services and Treasury issued new guidance governing Section 1332 State Innovation Waivers, now called State Relief and Empowerment Waivers. Through increased state flexibility, the guidance supports the diffusion of association health plans and short-term, limited-duration plans, continue to stymie state efforts to use a 1332 […]
The Trump Administration is expanding the availability of alternatives to Affordable Care Act-compliant health insurance. Rules to expand association health plans and short-term limited duration health plans are imminent. So what’s a state to do to prepare consumers and insurance markets for these alternative plans? The Administration asserts these alternatives will provide choice and lower-cost […]
Read a blog by NASHP Executive Director Trish Riley about this webinar. View the webinar | Download the slides Will premiums in the individual market skyrocket next year? What effect will alternative forms of coverage, including expansion of association, ministry and short-term insurance health plans under the Administration’s proposals, as well as health ministry plans have on insurance markets, including price […]
Federal Promotion of Short-Term Health Insurance Plans: How Will These Plans Impact State Insurance Markets?
Last month, the departments of the Treasury, Labor, and Health and Human Services released a proposed rule that changes the definition of short-term, limited-duration insurance (STLDI) plans to make it easier to sell the plans, which do not have to adhere to Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements, such as covering people with pre-existing conditions. This […]