• Center on Health Equity and Access
  • Clinical
  • Health Care Cost
  • Health Care Delivery
  • Insurance
  • Policy
  • Technology
  • Value-Based Care

CMS Turns to 'Retroactive' Tax Credits as Latest HIX Triage

Article

For state exchanges still struggling to function, and governors facing the consequences, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is offering an exception to the rule of tax credits only being available through public marketplaces.

For state exchanges still struggling to function, and governors facing the consequences, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is offering an exception to the rule of tax credits only being available through public marketplaces.

State exchanges that “have had difficulty in providing timely eligibility determinations to applicants and enrolling qualified individuals” now have several last-minute options to offer consumers advanced premium tax credits.

In a new bulletin from CMS’s Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight, regulators wrote that insurance exchanges with such “exceptional circumstances” — including, presumably, those operated by Healthcare.gov — can make premium tax credits and cost-sharing reductions available on a retroactive basis, both for policies purchased (or in the process of being purchased) through public exchanges and those bought through private exchanges, brokers or directly from insurers.

Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/NRPclu

Source: Healthcare Payer News

Related Videos
dr mitzi joi williams
dr dalia rotstein
dr marisa mcginley
James Robinson, PhD, MPH, University of California, Berkeley
Carrie Kozlowski
Carrie Kozlowski
Carrie Kozlowski, OT, MBA
Chandler Cortina, MD, MS, FSSO, FACS, Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin
Dr Mark Socinski
Marjorie Robinson, UPMC Health Plan Member
Related Content
© 2024 MJH Life Sciences
AJMC®
All rights reserved.