While the Graham-Cassidy bill failed to come to a vote keeping ACA as the law of the land, changes are coming. Here are four ways to react.

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Oliver Wyman Actuarial on innovative 1332 waivers as one way to stabilize the individual market.

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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.

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Analysis finds that potential impact of CSR defunding is millions of enrollees gain access to no- and low-cost coverage; challenges remain.

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Inside the GOP proposal to shore up the individual insurance market.

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With repeal and replace on pause, the reform spotlight is shifting to 1332 waivers, which give 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.

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A look inside our policy brief urging legislators to consider the impact of health reform on US employers and the 177 million people who receive health coverage from them.

A side-by-side comparison of the leading repeal-and-replace proposals.

According to a new report from the Oliver Wyman Actuarial Practice, MA organizations can expect a drop in revenue next year.

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