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New company to sell marketplace health insurance in Pima County for '19

Source: The Arizona Daily | Jul 14, 2018
Pima County residents who purchase health insurance on the federal marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act are expected to have more choice in 2019. Minneapolis-based startup Bright Health announced this week that it will sell health insurance plans through the federal marketplace in Pima and Maricopa counties. Marketplace insurance plans are often called Obamacare plans.Read More 

More insurers expected to enter the ACA exchanges in 2019

Source: Fierce Healthcare | Jul 12, 2018
Over the last month, two insurance startups have announced expansion into the ACA marketplace. In June, Oscar Health said it would file offerings in three new markets, and on Tuesday, Bright Health expanded into two new states.Read More 

Obamacare: Lower ACA premiums, more options likely for Tennesseans in 2019

Source: Knoxville News Sentinel | Jul 12, 2018
As some of the rest of the country sees uncertainty and rising premium rates for the 2019 Affordable Care Act marketplace, Tennessee may see more options and lower premiums. Insurers wanting to provide marketplace coverage for 2019 filed premium rates with the state Wednesday, and two, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee and Cigna, are asking for lower premiums than in previous years. That's something Tennessee Insurance Commissioner Julie Mix McPeak said hasn't happened since the ACA took effect. In addition, two new carriers — Bright Health and Celtic Insurance — have applied to enter Tennessee's marketplace, while existing insurers Cigna and Oscar Health have applied to expand their coverage areas. This means for the first time in several years, residents in most state counties could have a choice of more than one provider for marketplace insurance.Read More