ObamaCare news: Market Rules edition

Over at ThinkAdvisor, FoIB Allison Bell has a round-up of proposed ObamaCare Market rules for '20, including restrictions on web brokers:"CMS officials say they want to make it easier for web brokers to enroll consumers directly in HealthCare.gov plans, without sending the consumers to HealthCare.gov.But they have also indicated that they want to set some limits on how HealthCare.gov brokers operate."This would include weighting quotes by how much comp the broker receives from a particular carrier.There's also a proposal to add a new Special Open Enrollment Period trigger based on income/subsidy eligibility changes.And the 2020 "annual cost sharing" (ie out-of-pocket) will increase about 4%, from $7,900 per person to $8,200 (and $16,400 per family)."Affordable."More at the link (in case your blood pressure's too low).Original content copyright © InsureBlog

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