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Created by the Affordable Care Act, Health Insurance Marketplaces, also known as Exchanges, will be set up to facilitate a more organized and competitive market for buying health insurance. Marketplaces serve primarily individuals buying insurance on their own and small businesses for coverage beginning Jan. 1, 2014. Federal subsidies in the form of premium tax credits will be available to consumers meeting incomes requirements to make the coverage more affordable. Some states established their own Marketplaces. while others relied on the federal government to handle those responsibilities, with consumers shopping for coverage through HealthCare.Gov . This page highlights some key resources examining Marketplaces and provides you with the standard search result page for a site-wide search on the Marketplaces tag.
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Medicaid Expansion through Premium Assistance: Key Issues for Beneficiaries in Arkansas’ Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver Proposal

This issue brief provides background about Medicaid premium assistance in the individual health insurance market, summarizes major components of Arkansas’ Section 1115 demonstration waiver application to implement the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion through premium assistance, and considers key issues affecting beneficiaries.

State Marketplace Profiles: Oregon

Updated as of October 10, 2013 Establishing the Marketplace On June 17, 2011, Governor John Kitzhaber (D) signed SB 99 into law establishing the Oregon Health Insurance Exchange Corporation.1  That same month, the Governor signed SB 91, which specified requirements of health insurance carriers offering coverage in the state.[endnote…

The Florida Health Care Landscape

This fact sheet provides an overview of the health, health coverage, and health care in Florida today, as well as health reform efforts and opportunities looking forward to 2014.

State-by-State Estimates of the Number of People Eligible for Premium Tax Credits Under the Affordable Care Act

Key provisions of the 2010 Affordable Care Act (ACA) create new Marketplaces for people who purchase insurance directly and provide new premium tax credits to help people with low or moderate incomes afford that coverage. This analysis estimates that about 17 million people who are now uninsured or who buy insurance on their own (“nongroup purchasers”) will be eligible for premium tax credits in 2014. This issue brief provides national and state estimates for tax credit eligibility for people in these groups.

On Health Care, Conservatives Protest Too Much

Lately conservatives have been feeling like losers in health care and complaining loudly about it. They don’t like Obamacare or the increase in the government’s role in health care or the federal spending it brings with it, even if those things result in coverage for more than 30 million uninsured…