Despite subsides, CA exchange enrollees report difficulty paying premiums

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Despite subsides, CA exchange enrollees report difficulty paying premiums
Despite nearly 9-in-10 enrollees through California’s state-run public exchange receiving a subsidy to help pay for their insurance, almost half say it is difficult to afford the monthly premium.
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Business benefits of private exchanges come into focus
The business benefits of private exchanges are starting to be realized by insurers and brokers alike, with an increased focus on voluntary products, savings for insurers and a reliance on brokers.
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Nevada considers transitioning to Healthcare.gov
The clock is ticking for various state legislatures that are pondering a change in the way their residents enroll in public health insurance exchanges ahead of the widely anticipated June ruling in King v. Burwell on whether federal subsidies will be scrapped in 34 states that rely on Healthcare.gov for signups…
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Insurers propose double-digit rate hikes
The proposals for Healthcare.gov plans are subject to a review process before the final rates are published by Nov. 1.
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