Online brokers advocate use of subsidies outside public exchanges

04/9/2013 | Washington Post, The

Online insurance brokers want consumers to be allowed to put government subsidies toward buying the health policies they sell online, instead of solely being used to shop public exchanges. HHS regulations allow states to work with online brokers, but none of the states looking at the option has moved forward. Illinois, Minnesota and Connecticut are among those where the issue has been discussed, and the Maryland Health Benefits Exchange has sought public input.

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