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Public (federal- and state-run) and Private Health Exchanges:
Employers Slow to Adopt Private Health Exchanges
Private Exchanges: Will More Employers Adopt Them?
At Hilton, a Private Exchange Dropped Costs, Upped Satisfaction
Premium Payment Plans Nixed for Small Employers, IRS Says
Small Businesses Drop Coverage as Health Law Offers Alternatives
Employees May Miss Out on Subsidies Due to Uncertainty About Job-Based Coverage
Experts: Personal Data Not Secure on Public Health Exchanges
Premium Reimbursement for Public Exchanges Not Permitted, DOL Confirms
IRS Notice Allows Mid-Year Departures from Cafeteria Plan
Private Exchanges Spur Health Coverage Shift
SHOP Exchanges May Lure More Small Businesses
Employers Eye Moving Sickest Workers to Exchanges
‘SHOP’ Small Business Exchange Pared Back Further
California’s SHOP Opens, A Contrast to Feds
As Employers Drop Coverage, Retirees Turn to Private Exchanges
Time for Defined Contribution Health Benefits?
Exchanges Launch: How Significant Was Oct. 1?
Exchanges Offer Choices Beyond COBRA
Rethinking Brokers' Role Post-Reform
Some States to Offer Employee Choice for Small Businesses
When Your Employees Apply for Exchange Coverage
DOL Issues Model COBRA Election and Exchange Notices
SHOP Exchange Delay Limits Small Employers' Options
On Private Health Exchange, Choice Drives Satisfaction
HHS Moves to Delay Small Firms Offer of Plan Choices
Required Exchange Notifications to Employees Delayed
Regs Limit Use of HRAs for Exchange-Purchased Coverage
Health Insurance Exchanges and Early Retiree Health Coverage
How to Choose Health Insurance Exchanges
States Unprepared for Health Exchange Deadline
N.J. Governor Vetoes Health Exchange Bill
Guidance Issued on Determining Health Plans’ Minimum value (and verification of access to employer-sponsored coverage)
State Insurance Exchanges: What Employers Need to Know
HHS Issues Final Rule for State-Run Health Exchanges
Large Employers Weigh Future Use of Private Exchanges
Vermont to Include High-Deductible Plans in Health Benefits Exchange
States Receive More Flexibility, Resources to Create Insurance Exchanges
Agencies Issue Proposed Rules on State Exchanges, Premium Subsidies
Build a Bridge to Health Exchanges for Early Retirees
Group Policies vs. Subsidized Individual Coverage—The Impact of Exchanges
Health Care Reform Lessons from Massachusetts
Health Care Exchanges Will Alter Competition and Choice
Health Care Reform: Employer Requirements at a Glance
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