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Reinsurance program helped reduce premiums more than expected during first two years

Wisconsin’s reinsurance program reduced premiums more than expected during its first two years, but enrollment was lower than anticipated. That’s according to a recent review by the Legislature Audit Bureau, finding mixed results on the program’s two main aims. 
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Report: 29,000 Wisconsinites to lose coverage if ARPA tax credits expire 

Around 29,000 Wisconsinites could lose health insurance coverage next year, following the expiration of temporary enhanced Affordable Care Act subsidies and the end of Medicaid’s continuous enrollment policy, according to a recent report from the Urban Institute. 
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CMS will open ACA special enrollment period for Salavasen Health members

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will allow those enrolled in healthplans offered by Salvasen Health to sign up for Affordable Care Act coverage, after the state’s chief insurance regulator fined and barred the Texas company from issuing new policies and renewing existing ones in Wisconsin. 
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