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Comprehensive Assessment of ACA Factors That Will Affect Individual Market Premiums in 2014

By Claire Thayer, May 1, 2013

A new Milliman report, prepared for and at the request of AHIP, outlines how the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) coverage expansion, new benefits, and market reforms will impact individual market health insurance premiums in 2014. The 27 page report highlights how some provisions will increase premiums while others will make health care coverage more affordable for consumers. The report estimates that those eligible for subsidies will receive financial assistance in 2014 to cover, on average, 40 percent of the premium for the silver plan, and as much as 94 percent for those with the lowest incomes. Read more on AHIP's Center for Policy and Research web site:

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