What CHIP Implementation Can Teach Us

The early problems with the ACA’s health insurance marketplaces are frustrating. But if history is any guide, they will be temporary – and we can learn from them. Gene Lewit, a CHIP expert who lived through that law’s roll out in the 1990s, blogs about his new report, which finds that enrollment in new major health insurance expansions will be slow at first and expose problems that even the most careful planning might not have anticipated.

The opinions expressed here are solely those of the individual blog post authors and do not represent the views of Georgetown University, the Center on Health Insurance Reforms, any organization that the author is affiliated with, or the opinions of any other author who publishes on this blog.