Centene, Molina: Family Glitch Fix Helps If APTCs Expire

Centene recently told investors it expects to lose 10% to 15% of its 2 million exchange enrollees if Congress fails to extend the enhanced Affordable Care Act tax credits set to expire in December, but the insurer said the administration’s effort to fix the family glitch could help mitigate those losses. Molina also expects any changes to its exchange population would mirror what happens nationally if the APTCs expire. The American Rescue Plan increased the generosity of credits for people...
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Inside CMS - 05/12/2022
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Vol. 25, No. 19
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Health Exchange Alert Weekly Report - 05/18/2022
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Vol. 10, No. 20
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