• What Governors Are Saying About King v. Burwell

    June 30th, 2015
    Last week’s ruling in King v. Burwell affirmed the provision of tax-subsidies through the federally-facilitated marketplace (FFM), a decision which may have affected over 6.4 million Americans currently receiving subsidies in the 34 states that have opted for the FFM model. Statements issued by governors in light of the ruling hint at the future direction of potential reforms across states.

  • Supreme Court Protects Coverage, Avoids Crisis for State Insurance Markets

    June 25, 2015
    “With their decision today, the Supreme Court has protected coverage for 6.4 million Americans and avoided a crisis for states and their insurance markets, had the insurance subsidies been eliminated. The Court recognized the ACA was built on a state foundation and reaffirms whether a state chooses to establish a state exchange or not, affordable health coverage remains accessible for its residents.

  • Upcoming Webinar: A Study of One State’s Approach to Achieving Multi-Payer Reform

    July 8, 12:30-2:00pm EDT
    During this webinar, we will examine how an existing private medical home program in Michigan was leveraged to develop a statewide medical home initiative. Chris Koller will provide an overview of common approaches states have taken to engage multiple payers in reform efforts.

  • New Mexico’s State-Based Marketplace: An Emerging Model

    June 17, 2015
    The Supreme Court’s ruling in King v. Burwell could have a significant impact on states. If the Supreme Court finds for the petitioners in King v. Burwell, states with Federally-Facilitated Marketplaces (FFMs), and possibly State Partnership Marketplaces (SPMs), may have to adopt a new model that qualifies as a State-Based Marketplace (SBM) to maintain access to the advanced premium tax credit (APTC) for their citizens.

  • 28th Annual State Health Policy Conference Registration Now Open

    Designed by state health policymakers for state health policymakers, the National Academy for State Health Policy’s annual conference continues to be the premier educational and networking event for health policy professionals. Register now!


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