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    Exchange Plan Rates

    *Map updated December 9, 2013

    This map tracks states that have released rate information filed by carriers interested in selling plans in health insurance exchanges in both the individual and small group markets.

    Like all State Refor(u)m research, this chart is a collaborative effort with you, the user. State Refor(u)m captures the health reform comments, documents, and links submitted by health policy thinkers and doers all over the country. And our team periodically supplements, analyzes, and compiles this key content.

    Know of something we should add to this compilation? Your feedback is central to our ongoing, real-time analytical process, so tell us in a comment, or email the author with your suggestion. She can be reached at rdolan@nashp.org.

    States

    Color (Key)

    Text Color

    Released Individual Rates

    Released SHOP Rates

    AL

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    AK

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    AZ

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    AR

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes * (Data from HHS)

    CA

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    CO

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    CT

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    DC

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes*

    Yes

    DE

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    FL

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes * (Data from HHS)

    GA

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes * (Data from HHS)

    HI

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    No

    ID

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    No

    IL

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    IN

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    IA

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    KS

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    KY

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Available October 1

    LA

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    ME

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    MD

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    MA

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    No

    MI

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    MN

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    MS

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    MO

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    MT

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    NE

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    NV

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    NH

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    NJ

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    NM

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    NY

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    NC

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    ND

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    OH

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    OK

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    OR

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    PA

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    RI

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    SC

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    SD

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes*

    Yes

    TN

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    TX

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    UT

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    VT

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    VA

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    WA

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes

    Yes

    WV

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    WI

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    WY

    #008080

    #cccccc

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Yes (Data from HHS)

    Key: 

    States released exchange rates
    States with rates not yet released

     

     

    Map Produced by: Rachel Dolan

    Related categories: 

    Click on a state to see links to rate information

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    Comments

    Rachel, this is great resource to keep up with State to State exchange information. How often will it be updated. And "Thanks" for your work on this.

    Hi Rachel, appreciate this site. Can you tell me how you are keeping it updated - are you going out to each state's Exchange site and updating changes, or are you getting emails through HHS? Just curious how you are keeping this updated so that I know it is a resource we can continue to utilize. Thanks so much for your help!

    Cannot open the State for Texas - looks like it is too big or my excel is not compatible and I am not going to make any changes.
    We have not seen anything from Blue, Aetna, Cigna or whomever else that we will be working with on and off the exchange.

    Thanks

    Rachel,
    This is a great resource for connecting to many of the best sources of rate information available. The ability to access complete information on rates varies significantly from state to state outside of the FFM. Some states such as Oregon and Minnesota provide good information to the public, however states such as Kentucky or Hawaii is basically nonexistent. Most of the states provide rate information is PDF as opposed to excel.

    I also noticed that most states follow the standard CMS age curve, a few to my knowledge do not i.e. NY/VT, MN, UT. It is not clear to me if anyone else falls into this category.

    I would appreciate any insight if it's available.

    thanks

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