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Jan 1, 2011
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) envisions access to affordable care for all Americans, a streamlined eligibility and enrollment process to obtain coverage, and seamless integration between Medicaid and the Exchange to ensure smooth transitions between sources of coverage as a person’s circumstances change over time. This paper explores the issues associated with these coordination challenges and identifies options for New York as it considers how to best approach the integration of coverage options along the continuum from fully subsidized public
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Jan 1, 2011

This report, the third in a series of exchange-related works undertaken this year with the support of the New York State Health Foundation, focuses on two such areas of state discretion involving “mergers”: merging the individual and small business exchanges, and merging the individual and small group markets.

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Aug 1, 2010
This report provides a health care reform implementation roadmap for New York State, summarizing the major provisions of the ACA, analyzing their implications unique to the State, and outlining the key implementation tasks and issues that New York will confront as it begins ACA implementation.
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Jan 1, 2009
This report provides a comprehensive profile of New York’s public and private health insurance markets. We use the term “market” to include transactions in which buyers pay intermediaries to arrange coverage or cover health care services. Fully insured commercial health insurance markets are surveyed in detail. The self-funded market is reviewed as well, within the limits of available data. State programs such as Medicaid Managed Care and Child Health Plus, and federal programs such as Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D, are also profiled.
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