Increase in Enrollment in Early 2014.Read Analysis
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The Affordable Care Act's first open enrollment ended with the Administration announcing 8 million people signed up for coverage through the new state health insurance marketplaces. One of the key questions going forward is how each state's enrollment this year affects what happens next year in terms of insurer participation, plan offerings and premiums.
The Numbers Behind “Young Invincibles” and the Affordable Care Act
Larry Levitt, Gary Claxton, and Anthony Damico discuss why enrolling young adults in the new health insurance marketplaces is important, but not as important as conventional wisdom suggests.Read More