The trend toward greater health plan participation at the county level in the health insurance exchanges has continued for 2020, according to a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation tracking tool. “Based on the expansions for which county-level information is available, the number of one-carrier counties will decline by at least 13% in 2020,” RWJF said. “The final figure will be somewhat larger when all of the plans release the full extent of their expansions.”

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