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Private Health Insurance: Premiums and Enrollment for New Nonprofit Health Insurance Issuers Varied Significantly in 2014
Vijay Däó»Souza (au)
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) established the consumer operated and oriented plan (CO-OP) loan program, which helped create 23 consumer-governed, nonprofit health insurance issuers known as CO-OPs. To foster the creation of the CO-OPs, PPACA authorized two types of loans: (1) start-up loans, which help cover the costs of establishing a CO-OP; and (2) solvency loans, which help meet statesäó» solvency requirements associated with becoming a licensed health insurance issuer. Questions have been raised about the effects that CO-OPs will have on health insurance markets. This report examines (1) the status of the CO-OP program loans; (2) how CO-OP health plan premiums compare to the premiums of other health plans; and (3) enrollment in CO-OP health plans. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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