NY will NOT allow discontinued health plans to continue for 2014 per Cuomo

In his announcement, the president said it is up to the states to decide whether or not these plans would be allowed.

On Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said New York will NOT offer the discontinued plans because the state’s marketplace has not experienced the same problems as the federal exchange. Because of that, Gov. Cuomo said he sees no reason for changing the current course.

As a result, CDPHP will continue to move forward with the discontinuance of plans that will not be ACA-compliant after Jan. 1, 2014. Rest assured, CDPHP has an array of plans to meet your clients’ needs, and we will work with you to help you find the best fit and make the transition as easy as possible.

We will keep you informed if any changes are necessary due to state and/or federal action on this, or any other, issue. Be sure to visit the CDPHP health care reform website for the latest updates, as well. “

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Per CDPHP’s press release today, health plans that are set for termination will indeed be terminated. All plans for 2014 will conform to the ACA metal level structures. If I may be of any service, please reach out to me.

 

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Here is what CDPHP had to say:

“As you know, President Barack Obama recently announced a plan to allow insurers to continue to offer health plans that are slated to be discontinued due to changes required by the Affordable Care Act. In his announcement, the president said it is up to the states to decide whether or not these plans would be allowed.
On Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said New York will NOT offer the discontinued plans because the state’s marketplace has not experienced the same problems as the federal exchange. Because of that, Gov. Cuomo said he sees no reason for changing the current course.

As a result…

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