Assesses the competitiveness of state health insurance markets for individuals and small groups. Explains how market competitiveness will affect state policy decisions on insurance exchange design, new market rules, and rate review.
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Title: How Competitive Are State Insurance Markets?
Publication date 2011-10-13
Publication Year 2011
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
North America / United States
, health reform
, market share
, individual market
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