Wall Street Journal // Christopher Weaver and Melinda Beck
2) Sticker shock
Charles Ornstein (@charlesornstein) 22 Nov 13:
Once people get in... RT @alisonannyoung: Health pricing in exchanges causes sticker shock usat.ly/I6tEz5 via @USATODAY
3) State performance
a) Commonwealth Fund (@commonwealthfnd)
New blog post from @SaraCollins_ & Tracy Garber provides an update on #healthinsurance marketplace enrollment ow.ly/r5n2M
b) Sarah Kliff
How good is your state at Obamacare? Our graphics dept. built this awesome tool to explain.
States with their own exchanges did best.
Fast Track to Coverage: Facilitating Enrollment of Eligible People into the Medicaid Expansion
Politico // Edward-Isaac Dovere
President Barack Obama’s attempted escape from the Obamacare rollout is all about Republican obstructionism.
5) Insurers maybe sued
Charles Ornstein (@charlesornstein)
No win: Insurers May Be Sued If They Accept Obamacare ‘Fix’ nationaljournal.com/daily/
6) Deadline extended
Alliance for Health Reform Session on Marketplaces
This session had the following speakers
Sara Collins, Commonwealth Fund,
Mila Kofman, executive director of the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority,
Dan Schuyler, director of exchange technology at Leavitt Partners,
Matt Salo, executive director of the National Association of Medicaid Directors,
Katy Caldwell, executive director of Legacy Community Health Services, a federally-qualified health center
This link provides slides presented. In a few days, the site will have a video file of the event. There is also extensive background material on this link.
Maryland Health Connection November 22 UPDATE