Deltek Analyst Amanda White reports.
On Wednesday, Jan. 18, the White House released a report on state efforts in implementing health insurance exchanges. The timing of this report comes as no surprise considering the Supreme Court ruling on health reform is just around the corner. In fact, its timing perfectly aligns with Deltek’s latest report, “Evolving Health Insurance Exchanges.”
The White House’s 2012 Progress Report, “States are Implementing Health Reform,” provides information on how states are moving forward to build the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchanges. The report highlights the Obama administration’s steps to ensure all Americans have access to these one-stop shops. The report profiles 10 states and their actions taken to establish an exchange. It specifically focuses on examples of legislation and executive actions, public meetings, and other activities to create the systems. It’s important to note that the report does not highlight the states that are most advanced in establishing an exchange; instead, it details the diverse approaches states have taken and the progress they’ve made.
Deltek’s report provides an in-depth analysis of implementation strategies across all 50 states. It also covers the importance of these one-stop shops and how Supreme Court’s ruling will impact the mandate. “Evolving Health Insurance Exchanges” serves as a follow-up to last year’s report on insurance exchanges, and will assist an array of vendors, including those focused on system implementation, research and analysis, consulting, systems integrations, call centers/consumer assistance, quality assurance and/or other professional services. The report promises to help vendors:
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