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Insurers That Filed Wrong Rates Told By CMS They Can't Sell Plans

October 31, 2017
Updated Story An issuer whose final CMS-approved rates don’t account for the loss of cost-sharing reduction payments is being told by the agency that they won’t be able to sell plans until healthcare.gov data is refreshed -- even though this would mean the carriers are even more crunched for time to sell their plans during the shortened open enrollment period. Insurers are being told rates will be “suppressed and not able to be viewed or purchased” until...

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