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What can Massachusetts Health Care Reform teach us about the ACA?
In 2006 Massachusetts introduced a mandate-based health insurance reform that required all citizens to have health insurance. The state was successful at gaining almost Universal coverage. So successful was the reform that it became the model for the Affordable Care Act in 2010. Massachusetts is still learning the full implications of the reform that it introduced, while at the same time converting into an ACA-qualified exchange. While actuaries have been involved in responding to the Massachusetts reform, there has been no comprehensive examination on the insurance market.
The seminar will feature Ian Duncan, FSA, MAAA, FCIA, FIA Vice President, Outcomes and Analytics, Walgreen Cos. as he discusses this health care reform in greater detail.