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On Friday, the Obama Administration announced that they were closing the Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plans (PCIPs) to new enrollment. Sabrina Corlette takes a look at the decision and what it means for consumers – and for implementation of the ACA.

New Report: States Going Above and Beyond to Create Sustainable Exchanges and Deliver Choice and Value to Consumers

In a new report for The Commonwealth Fund, Sarah Dash, Kevin Lucia, Katie Keith, and Christine Monahan provide a comprehensive look at the critical design decisions made by 17 states and the District of Columbia that chose to establish a state-based exchange for 2014. Sarah Dash has highlights from the report and discusses what the findings mean for stakeholders.

State of the States: Minnesota, New Mexico, and Virginia

On August 9, 2012, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released three new reports prepared by the Urban Institute and CHIR on Minnesota, New Mexico, and Virginia as part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Implementation—Monitoring and Tracking series. The reports include detailed case studies on the implementation of health reform in each state and are part of a broader series of reports on ACA implementation in 10 key states.

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