HHS Announces Implementation Grants For State Health Exchanges
As a result of the health law, the state-level exchanges must be up and running by January 2014.
Modern Healthcare: HHS Announces Insurance Exchange Grants
HHS has announced new funding grants to states working to implement health insurance exchanges. The unspecified funding is being made available through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to help states get their exchanges up and running. Under the law, individuals and small businesses must be able to purchase insurance through the state-level exchanges by January 2014 (Vesely, 1/20).
CQ HealthBeat: HHS Announces Availability Of Grants To Establish Insurance Exchanges
States will be able to apply for federal grants to help them establish insurance exchanges, money that will not be subject to the yearly appropriations process, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced Thursday (Reichard, 1/20).
The Hill: HHS Announces New Grants For Insurance Exchanges
The Department of Health and Human Services announced new grants Thursday afternoon to help states implement health insurance exchanges, a key provision of the reform law (Millman, 1/20).