Brokers Rack Up ACA Enrollments In Idaho

By Gillian Roberts Brokers saw a great deal of success on the state-run exchange in Idaho, enrolling about 50% of the more than 76,000 private health plans sold on the marketplace, according to an exchange spokeswoman who noted the percentage is based on anecdotal information at this
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Idaho GOP trims expectation of Medicaid expansion

By Associated Press Republican leaders in Idaho on Friday dampened expectations about broadening Medicaid healthcare eligibility this year for poor residents in the state, on the same grounds they balked in 2013: Before taking extra federal money, the existing system should be overhau
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Idaho antitrust case puts healthcare pricing ‘trade secrets’ in spotlight

By Joe Carlson A nationally watched case in Idaho is casting light on a familiar irony in healthcare antitrust enforcement: Prices are officially considered proprietary trade secrets, even though it is the risk of rising prices that motivates the need for action. Read more…
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Self-Insurance Continues to be Targeted in Multiple State Legislatures

 May 3, 2013 — It is has been an extremely busy legislative season at the state level with multiple bills introduced that would adversely affect the self-insurance marketplace, including self-insured workers’ comp funds.   This special SIIA communication provides exclusive
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