Monitoring and Analyzing Implementation of the Affordable Care Act’s Insurance Market Reforms, Year 3

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The major provisions of the Affordable Care Act that go into effect in 2014 include the establishment of health insurance marketplaces, or exchanges, in all 50 states and sweeping new market reforms that protect consumers buying coverage on their own. Using the unique regulatory tracking system and network of state contacts it developed during the project’s first two years, the Georgetown research team will track and analyze implementation of the exchanges and the insurance market reforms. With access to comprehensive information about state variations in enrollment levels, premium costs, and the availability and quality of health plans, policymakers will be able to make adjustments to the exchanges as needed.

Grant Details

Grantee Organization:
President and Directors of Georgetown College for Georgetown University
Principal Investigator:
Kevin Lucia, J.D., M.H.P.
Award Amount:
$436,144.00
Approval Date:
July 9, 2013
Related Topics
Health Care Coverage

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