Tags Health Exchanges

Nevada expects to cut costs with new health insurance exchange site for 2019

by • 2 years ago

The state is aiming to eliminate more than million in fees paid to the federal government for access to HealthCare.gov.

Failed benefits portal prompts IT freeze in Rhode Island

by • 3 years ago

Still grappling with the troubled launch of its health benefits portal, Rhode Island halted all state IT development until a new project management framework is in place.

Kentucky CIO steps down following gubernatorial change

by • 4 years ago

CIO James Fowler is stepping away from his role after more than two years as the state's IT chief.

Colorado voters set to decide the fate of health exchange

by • 4 years ago

A recently approved ballot measure will give Coloradans the final say on whether to scrap the state exchange in favor of a single-payer system.

State CIO group announces finalists for IT awards

by • 4 years ago

For the 27th year in a row, NASCIO will recognize state IT initiatives in several states in its State IT Recognition Awards at its annual conference.

Oregon CIO Alex Pettit on health exchanges, FirstNet, IoT

by • 4 years ago

Oregon CIO Alex Pettit managed the transition from a state exchange to the federal one. He also told StateScoop about his experience with IoT and FirstNet.

California loses top spot for health care exchange enrollment

by • 4 years ago

With a year until health exchanges need to be self sufficient financially, the California exchange's declining enrollment numbers could spell trouble.

States quietly consider health care exchange mergers

by • 4 years ago

Amid mounting concerns about cost, some states are mulling whether to merge their health care exchanges, according to an analysis in The Hill.

Hawaii health exchange pressured to close funding gap

by • 5 years ago

Hawaii officials are under pressure to close a funding gap for the state's health exchange or risk being forced to move some of the exchange’s technology functions over to a federal system.

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