With so much uncertainty around federal reform efforts, payers and states are exploring alternative options to stabilize individual insurance markets. And that has put a spotlight on 1332 waivers.
Tammy Tomczyk, FSA, FCA, MAAA
With repeal and replace on pause, the reform spotlight is shifting to 1332 waivers, which gives states the ability to waive some provisions of the ACA. A detailed look at the waiver process, state interest, and how health insurers might be impacted.
Leaders from Oliver Wyman’s Actuarial Consulting break down how changes to the ACA individual market may play out on a state-by-state basis.
Josh Sober, Tammy Tomczyk, and Amit Trivedi of Oliver Wyman’s Actuarial Health Practice break down MACRA’s impact on small practices.
Peter Kaczmarek and Tammy Tomczyk of Oliver Wyman’s Actuarial Health Practice dive deep into ACA data.
Last month the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services released information detailing the effects of two of the three Rs that Congress wrote into the Affordable Care Act to stabilize premiums and encourage issuer participation in non-group and small group markets.