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Many State-Run Health Insurance Marketplaces Set to Exceed Requirements for Plan Choice, Quality Reporting

Consumers and small businesses in states that have opted to run their own health insurance marketplaces will likely have a greater ability to make informed choices regarding their coverage as well as more information about plan quality than what current federal regulations require, a new Commonwealth Fund report finds. The report, by researchers from Georgetown University's Health Policy Institute, examines the key design decisions made by the 17 states that, along with the District of Columbia, chose to establish their own exchanges. Use our interactive map to explore how health insurance marketplaces are shaping up across the U.S., or read a Health Affairs primer on the exchanges and what lies ahead.

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