Depending on how the Supreme Court rules in King v. Burwell this summer, eight million residents of states now using the healthcare.gov exchange may lose federal insurance subsidies unless their state creates its own exchange. Some existing state exchanges have struggled with implementation over the last year. Others have been more successful.
During a CSG-East webinar on May 20th, Peter VanLoon, from Connecticut’s health insurance exchange, will describe how Access Health CT avoided most problems. Building on its success, Access Health CT is offering technical assistance and business services to states wishing to create or enhance their state-based exchange.