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Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Despite Some Delays, CMS Has Made Progress Implementing Programs to Limit Health Insurer Risk
John E. Dicken (au)
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) resulted in significant changes to the private individual and small group health insurance markets in 2014 that expanded the availability and affordability of coverage. However, some of these provisions reduced issuersäó» ability to mitigate the risk of high-cost-enrollees. To limit these risks, PPACA required the establishment of three risk mitigation programs. This report describes: (1) the factors that guided the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Servicesäó»s (CMSäó»s) design of these programs; (2) the data collection systems CMS developed for these programs; (3) CMSäó»s plans to monitor and evaluate the programs; and (4) issuer experiences with the programs. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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