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New Special Report Provides Comprehensive Overview of New Health Insurance Exchange Marketplaces
Date:6/19/2013

Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 19, 2013

Health insurance exchanges may be the boldest experiment in the history of managed care. As many as 20 million people are expected to find coverage through the new state-based and federally operated marketplaces. With details on the federal government’s requirements for essential health benefits, and examples of premium rates and benefit designs already unveiled by some states, industry-leading health business information publisher Atlantic Information Services’s (AIS) recently released special report, Health Insurance Exchanges: Product Design, Promotion and Positioning, provides a comprehensive overview of this new health insurance marketplace.

The report also outlines the factors that are driving carriers’ decisions to participate in exchanges, and includes strategies that will help health plans, hospitals and health systems, physician groups, pharmaceutical companies, state health policy leaders, attorneys, consultants and financial analysts plan for operational costs and challenges to exchange participation — such as enrollment and billing hurdles. Plus, results from market studies of consumer attitudes shed light on how to promote exchange benefit offerings to individual and small-group customers.

Some of the stories in the 86-page report include:

  • When It Comes to Participation in State Exchanges, Carriers Are Being Selective
  • Insurers Eye Narrow Networks in Exchanges as Way to Lower Costs, Attract Members
  • Actuarial Value, EHBs Will Shape Products, but Plans May See Some Design Flexibility
  • Exchanges May Help Insure
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