Renewing Coverage under the ACA: Challenges and Opportunities for Federally Facilitated and State-based Marketplaces

December 15th marks the last day health insurance marketplace enrollees can actively renew their plan if they want a January 1 start date. If they take no action, many will be automatically renewed into the same or similar plan. A new report by Georgetown experts Sabrina Corlette, Jack Hoadley and Sandy Ahn and published by the Urban Institute describes the consumer experience through the re-enrollment process and the efforts of six state-based market to ensure consumers have the information and tools they need to enroll in the best coverage at the best price.

You can watch the lead authors discussing the report’s findings in this latest in CHIR’s coffee conversations about the Affordable Care Act:

You can download and read the full report here.

CHIR thanks the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for their support of this project.

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