Increasingly, states are relying on managed care delivery systems to serve Medicaid enrollees that have historically been exempt from enrollment in managed care, such as children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN). The federal Medicaid managed care regulations establish the broad requirements for states to identify and assess individuals with special health care […]
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This brief explores ways that states are sharing the responsibility of consumer assistance with the federal marketplace in three key areas: marketing and advertising initiatives, the work of navigators and other in-person assisters, and the development of a system for eligibility decision appeals. It also provides specific examples of states utilizing the Federally Facilitated Marketplace […]
Research shows that the people most likely to benefit from health insurance marketplaces are theleast likely to know about them. To increase public awareness of the marketplaces, the federal government and some states have launched marketing and advertising campaigns for federally facilitated and state partnership marketplaces (FFM and SPM). With approval from the federal Department […]