Expanding Authority to Bundle Payments
Improving Preventive Health Coverage
Increasing Medicaid Payments for Primary Care Doctors
Open Enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace Begins
State Medicaid programs funded to expand free and low-cost preventive care for additional patients; bundled payments to physicians and providers kick in, beginning the shift away from fee-for-service payments.
Gather personal information like current insurance and expected insurance needs along with household income.
Only 1 month to go before open enrollment to purchase health insurance on an exchange (also known as a health insurance marketplace).
Open enrollment through the health insurance exchanges begins and continues through March 31, 2014.
December 15, 2013 is the final day to purchase health care coverage on an exchange for coverage that will be effective January 1, 2014.
Prohibiting Discrimination Due to Pre-Existing Conditions or Gender
Eliminating Annual Limits on Insurance Coverage
Ensuring Coverage for Individuals Participating in Clinical Trials
Making Care More Affordable
Increasing the Small Business Tax Credit
Increasing Access to Medicaid
Promoting Individual Responsibility
Coverage begins under new insurance plans offered through exchanges. Insurance companies required to offer coverage regardless of pre-existing conditions or due to participation in clinical trials.
March 31, 2014 is the final day for open enrollment through the health insurance exchanges.
Employer Shared Responsibility Payment Begins.
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