Colorado Receives Precedent-Setting Approval Of Section 1332 Waiver

By Jessica Karins / June 23, 2022 at 6:40 PM
Colorado is the first state to get approval to waive certain Affordable Care Act requirements and create its own health coverage plan to increase enrollment and lower health care costs, which the state says will make health insurance more affordable for nearly 10,000 Coloradans starting in 2023. Colorado will use the waiver to implement a more affordable state-based health insurance option that offers ACA health benefits and leverages federal savings to support state subsidies to improve affordability and coverage, HHS...

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