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Sizing Up Exchange Market Competition
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Link to more items from this source
Mar. 17, 2014
"Analysis of the early results suggests a diversity of results across states. On one hand, two large states, California and New York, appear to be noticeably more competitive than their 2012 individual markets as a whole. On the other hand, exchanges in Connecticut (where two major insurers decided not to participate in the exchange) and Washington appear to be less competitive than their individual markets were in 2012. In some cases, market share among insurers has shifted significantly under the ACA, including some notable examples of new entrants picking up substantial enrollment."

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