Ario: States May Increasingly Return To Own Exchanges To Maximize Role

August 06, 2018
Updated Story Boston -- The former head of CMS' insurance exchange shop expects states that currently rely on the federally facilitated marketplace will increasingly revisit the idea of running their own exchanges in order to maximize their authority over the marketplace, particularly states that initially set up state-based exchanges but switched to the federal platform due to early technology problems. There are currently five states with state-based exchanges using the federal platform: Nevada, Oregon, Arkansas, New Mexico...

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