An estimated ten
million Americans enrolled for health coverage through public health
insurance exchanges for 2014, and three million are enrolled in
employer-based private exchanges in 2014, with a total of nine million
projected to enroll in private exchanges for 2015 [Accenture projections
- June 2014].
Now that public exchanges are entering the second open enrollment season, what does 2014 experience with enrollment trends, plan selection and initial operating and financial experience portend for public exchanges in 2015? Now that private exchanges have begun to mature and evolve, primarily with a defined contribution approach, and markets including large employers, pre-retirees and individuals, what does the private exchange experience and trends portend for their operations and offering in 2015?
Unique perspectives on 2014 experience and enrollment trends for each sector are offered by Shana Alex Lavarreda, PhD, MPP, Director of Health Insurance Studies and Research Scientist, UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, who has been focusing on aspects of the public health insurance marketplace environment; and by Simeon Schindelman, the CEO and Chairman of Bloom Health, founded in 2009 and one of the nation's leading private exchange exchanges.
Please join Bloom Health's Simeon Schindelman and UCLA Center for Health Policy Research's Shana Alex Lavarreda on Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 at 1PM Eastern as they discuss applicable enrollment trends and the outlook for public and private health insurance exchanges in 2015. Click here for detailed information and to register or call 209.577.4888.
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