Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Health Insurance Exchange Roundup: Wednesday, August 24

Healthcare Exchanges are the hot topic in today’s healthcare landscape as well as national news. With states mandated to have a plan in place by January 1, 2013, and a functioning system by January 1, 2014, the majority are trying to figure how they will implement this system. Check here every afternoon for the latest opinions and news on the health exchange.  Today we have commentary from Washington, DC, Arkansas, Wyoming, Maryland and Utah.

Here's the top news from Wednesday, August 24: National Health Plan Relieves Businesses' Insurance Headaches

Arkansas News: Govenor, surgeon general split on health care exchanges; third opinion possible (Wyoming): New model for health insurance exchanges?

Times News Magic Valley (Wyoming): Knowing When to Drop Idealism in the Health Care Debate

The Daily Caller (Washington, DC): Job #1 for the budget super-committee: cut the new healthcare enrollment's cost

Insurance & Financial Advisor: Maryland's health insurance rate review process improves

The Salt Lake City Tribune: Utah Health Exchange: ‘sideshow’ or national plan foil?

The Health Insurance Exchange Congress is the only place for states and health plans to come together as one and discuss the current challenges and opportunities associated with health insurance Exchanges. For more information about joining us, visit our webpage.

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