Private Health Insurance Benefits
Lack of Comparability Between CHIP and ACA Qualified Health Plans
by Margaret A. McManus and Harriette B. Fox, July 2014.
This fact sheet provide a detailed examination of comparability between separate CHIP programs and child-only qualified health plans in Colorado, Georgia, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia for children with family incomes between 134% to 300% FPL. It examines cost-sharing requirements, including deductibles, copayments and coinsurance, and out-of-pocket limits, and benefit coverage and treatment limitations in 28 benefit categories. Implications for CHIP reauthorization are also discussed.
Private Coverage Under California's Affordable Care Act: Benefit and Cost-Sharing Requirements Affecting Children and Adolescents With Special Health Care Needs
by Peggy McManus and Harriette Fox, May 2013.
This issue brief examines the extent to which California’s essential health benefits benchmark plan meets the needs of children and adolescents, including those with special needs. It also examines the cost-sharing requirements that will be used by health insurance plans sold in California’s Health Insurance Exchange. It identifies potential issues of concern in the benchmark’s essential health benefits, with special attention to families’ out-of-pocket cost liabilities within all five levels of coverage, including subsidized coverage.
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