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Comprehensive reports on coverage and access

Access to different health care treatments and services may vary. Check out the latest research on plans in health insurance exchanges. Get the facts on coverage and access hurdles in your state.

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 Catalyst Blog

5 ways your insurer may prevent you from getting your medicine

Knowing these ahead of time can help you ask the right questions and look for coverage that works best for you.

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 Glossary

Coverage terms explained

Health coverage jargon can be confusing. Our glossary defines some of the most commonly used terms to help ensure that you have all the information necessary to make informed decisions about your coverage plan.

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 Patient Profiles

Out-of-Pocket Cost Burden

View the patient stories below to learn how many individuals struggle to meet their health care costs within the Exchange program.

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ABCs: The Basics

Learn how insurance covers medicines and find out other coverage basics in our Coverage Classroom video series. Check out the Glossary for simple explanations of insurance jargon. Visit Insurance Basics for tips on finding the best coverage for you and your family. Learn More

123s: By the Numbers

Access to different health care treatments and services may vary. Check out the latest research on plans in health insurance exchanges. Get the facts on coverage and access hurdles in your state. Learn More

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  • Many consumers still face confusion around health insurance coverage

    May 25, 2016

    Two studies suggest more can be done to help consumers sort through health insurance options and select the best plan for their needs and budget.

  • Higher deductibles and more dissatisfaction with health plans according to new poll

    May 20, 2016

    The share of consumers in a high deductible plan increased from 36 percent to 49 percent among those who purchase their own insurance, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation poll.

  • New non-discrimination rule neglects to define discriminatory benefits

    May 19, 2016

    In a final rule released late last week, the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Civil Rights declined to provide details on health insurance benefit designs it considers to be discriminatory.