Enrollment 1.0: State Reflections on ACA's First Year and What's Next
Start Date: July 22, 2014
End Date: July 22, 2014
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm ET
The National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) Webinar
Beginning in October, 2013, states initiated their first open enrollment period for health coverage under the ACA. While state approaches varied, all states implemented new rules, system interfaces, and data reporting methods required under the ACA. What are states learning so far about what works to enroll eligible individuals and what are their top-line priorities getting ready for the next open enrollment period in November 2014? This webinar will provide an opportunity to learn about promising strategies and innovations states are piloting related to enrollment and retention into insurance affordability programs, including through state-based exchanges and coordination with the federally facilitated marketplace (FFM). State panelists from Kentucky, Montana and Washington will share experiences and enrollment successes. NASHP will also share new findings from research with 10 states documenting promising strategies, common challenges and trends in state enrollment experience as part of the Enrollment 2014 project.
- Anne Gauthier, Director, State Health Exchange Leadership Network, National Academy for State Health Policy (Moderator)
- Alice Weiss, Director, Enrollment 2014 Project, National Academy for State Health Policy
- Carrie Banahan, Executive Director, Office of Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange (Kynect)
- Christina Goe, General Counsel, Montana Commissioner of Insurance
- Nathan Johnson, Division Director, Health Care Policy, Washington Health Care Authority
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