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Consumers now can preview health plans and prices on healthcare.gov ahead of open enrollment, which runs Nov. 1, 2020, through Jan. 15, 2021.

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is issuing $80 million in grant funding for navigators in states using the federal insurance marketplace for the 2022 plan year.

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The Department of Health and Human Services announced $80 million in grants to increase access to marketplace enrollment assistance for consumers. The agency's 2021 open enrollment report shows more than 12 million consumers selected a marketplace plan during the 2021 open enrollment period.

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is extending until Aug. 15 the special enrollment period for 36 states using the federal health insurance marketplace, giving consumers more time to view new options under the American Rescue Plan, including lower premiums and plan upgrades.

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The special enrollment period, intended to ensure access to health coverage amid the the COVID-19 pandemic, will continue through May 15. The enrollment period applies to consumers in the 36 states that use the federal marketplace platform.

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America's Essential Hospitals is taking part in the Provider and Hospital Week of Action to promote open enrollment for insurance marketplaces under the ACA.

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The White House held a summit on increasing health coverage among young adults ahead of the next open enrollment period under the ACA, which begins Nov. 1.

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By forming strategic partnerships and using social media, CMS aims to “reach young adults where they are” to facilitate engagement during open enrollment.

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Individuals must prove they are eligible to sign up for coverage outside of open enrollment. HHS also proposes amending risk adjustment for insurers.

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As Jan. 31 open enrollment deadline looms, association spreads the word about ACA coverage options and tools to assess coverage needs and cost.

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In the Loop, a joint project of Community Catalyst and the National Health Law Program, helps enrollment assisters share experiences and answer questions.

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Fourth cycle of grants through the Connecting Kids to Coverage program supports work to link eligible children with Medicaid, CHIP coverage; proposals due Jan. 20, 2016.

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The funding opportunity will support navigators for up to three years in federally facilitated and state partnership health insurance marketplaces.

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CMS proposes to extend an enhanced matching rate to states to help modernize and update their Medicaid eligibility and enrollment systems.

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Feb. 20 final rule and letter to issuers outline benefit and payment parameters for 2016 health insurance marketplace plans

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This week, Congress will likely consider a CR, allowing non-ACA-compliant group health insurance plans through 2018, extending the Emergency Medical Services for Children Program, and several health-related items.

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Under consideration will be a federal funding extension and a House bill to grandfather non-ACA-compliant group health plans

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In preparation for the Nov. 15 start of open enrollment in the health insurance marketplace, CMS issues guidance on certification requirements for navigators, certified application counselors, and others who help consumers with the enrollment process.

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The House and Senate head into August recess after voting to clear a VA assistance bill, sending it to the president on Friday. The Senate couldn't pass border emergency supplemental legislation, while the House passed a less expensive version. CMS faced tough criticism from Republicans about HealthCare.gov contractors.

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America's Essential Hospitals describes how provider-supplemented premium assistance for enrollees in the health insurance marketplaces strengthens the marketplaces and furthers the goals of the Affordable Care Act.

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Member Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) recently launched CoverMeAZ.org. This purpose-built website explains in plain language Affordable Care Act (ACA) coverage options and helps the MIHS community cut through the clutter that too often surrounds the ACA.

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Learn about high-risk areas for limited English proficient patients and improvement strategies

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Regulation establishes standards for training and certification, conflict-of-interest, other aspects of program

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Grants to more than 1,000 community health centers support ACA health plan enrollment efforts

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Money distributed among six states: Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia

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Guidance addresses administration decision to delay the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate

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Administration responds to employer concerns about ability to comply with the requirement's complexities

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Part of ACA, Children’s Health Insurance Reauthorization Act money for enrollment, renewal outreach

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Law mandates access to affordable insurance coverage by Jan. 1, 2014

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Iowa, New Hampshire, Illinois, Arkansas among states pursing partnerships with federal government

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$1.5 billion in grants to 11 states aim to support affordable health insurance marketplaces

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