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Stakeholder Perspectives on CMS’s 2025 Notice of Benefits and Payment Parameters: Consumer Advocates

The Biden administration will soon finalize its annual rulemaking for the Affordable Care Act Marketplaces. To better understand the impact of the proposed changes, CHIR reviewed the public comments submitted by key stakeholder groups. In the second post in a 3-part blog series, CHIR’s Karen Davenport and Emma Walsh-Alker review the feedback provided by consumer advocates.

Stakeholder Perspectives on Round Three of CMS’s 2022 Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters. Part 3: Consumer Advocates

The Biden administration has proposed several policy changes designed to boost enrollment in the Affordable Care Act marketplaces. In the third post of a 3-part blog series, JoAnn Volk and Nia Gooding review comments submitted by several consumer and patient advocacy groups. Prior posts reviewed comments from health insurers and state marketplace and insurance officials.

Stakeholder Perspectives on Round Three of CMS’s 2022 Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters. Part 1: State Insurance Departments and Marketplaces

The Biden administration is signaling significant changes for the Affordable Care Act marketplaces with its proposed 2022 “Notice of Benefit & Payment Parameters.” In the first of a three-part series, CHIR’s Rachel Schwab and Rachel Swindle reviewed public comments from state insurance departments and marketplaces about the impact of the new policies. Reviews of comments from insurers and consumer organizations will follow.

The Final 2022 Notice of Benefit & Payment Parameters: Implications for States

In its first major rulemaking related to the Affordable Care Act, the Biden administration published the final 2022 “Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters” on April 30. Sabrina Corlette reviews the rule and its implications for state insurance regulation and the health insurance marketplaces in her latest “Expert Perspective” for the State Health & Value Strategies project.

The End of SHOP as We Know It?

There’s a provision tucked into a recently proposed federal rule that could effectively destroy the Affordable Care Act-created health insurance marketplaces for small businesses, called the “SHOPs”. Sabrina Corlette takes a look.

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