By Christine Monahan and Madeline O’Brien
Washington, Colorado, and Nevada are partnering with non-public medical health insurance carriers to supply new “public possibility” plans that face heightened necessities designed to advance vital state targets—like rising affordability—whereas competing towards conventional non-public plans. One vital design query these states have confronted is what number of and which carriers ought to difficulty public possibility plans.
In a publish for the Commonwealth Fund’s To the Level weblog, CHIR’s Christine Monahan and Madeline O’Brien evaluate Washington’s self-described “selective procurement” method with Colorado’s requirement that each one carriers provide public possibility plans, and observe how Nevada nonetheless has time to determine whether or not to take all-comers or be extra selective. You may learn the complete publish right here.