Datapoint: Georgia Establishes State-Based Insurance Exchange

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) last week signed into law a bill that establishes a state-run Affordable Care Act exchange, moving the state away from the federal marketplace. CMS must still approve of the transition, which would begin this fall for coverage beginning in January 2024. The three largest exchange insurers in Georgia are Centene Corp. with 325,239 members, Elevance Health with about 70,000 members, and Oscar Health with about 70,000 members.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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