Georgia Revises Proposal to Decentralize ACA Marketplace

Georgia recently reaffirmed its proposal to make dramatic changes in its individual market, saying it plans to abandon the Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace in favor of a new state program despite the widespread disruptions in health care and health insurance brought by the coronavirus pandemic.

In its revised Section 1332 waiver request to CMS, Georgia said it wanted to push back the start date for part of its plan, meaning the proposal’s two parts — the new state marketplace and a new reinsurance program — wouldn’t take effect until 2022.

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