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When we think of states doing well under the Affordable Care Act, we tend to think of the usual suspects, Democratic leaning states like California, Massachusetts and New York. And it’s true that the states using their own online exchanges for ACA enrollment tend to be the high performers.
What about the states that use the federal platform, Healthcare.gov? Continue reading
As implementation of the Affordable Care Act marches on, a host of new terms will become part of health journalists’ new vocabulary.
Joanne Kenen, AHCJ’s topic leader on health reform, is steadily adding terms to the health reform glossary and key concepts section of the website to help reporters explain these complicated issues to readers, viewers and listeners.
Two that you’re likely to hear more about are the multi-state plan and the advanceable tax credit. The multi-state plan was devised as a way to add consumer options and competition to the health insurance exchanges [read more] and the advanceable tax credit is what will help lower- and middle-income people buy insurance in the exchanges [read more].
Other terms recently added to the site include:
Be sure to see the data and resource links AHCJ has compiled to help reporters cover this complex topic.