The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services today issued proposed rules for plans sold on the Health Insurance Marketplaces for the 2020 benefit year. The rule addresses provisions related to the risk adjustment and risk adjustment data validation programs; cost-sharing parameters; user fees for federally-facilitated exchanges and state-based exchanges on the federal platform, as well as policies relating to navigators and eligibility and enrollment. Comments are due Feb. 19.
 

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