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Topic - Caroline Pearson
The hunt for a health plan that would cover a particular drug or a favorite doctor proved particularly frustrating for many consumers navigating the new insurance exchanges under the federal government's health care overhaul, according to a report released Monday.
"In the vast majority of states, these plans are getting more expensive," said Caroline Pearson, a vice president at Avalere.
"Though new eligibles are 100 percent federally funded through 2016, states only receive their standard matching rate for these previously eligible beneficiaries," said Caroline Pearson, vice president at Avalere. "As a result, many of these non-expansion states that politically oppose the ACA are now facing unexpected financial and operational pressure due to woodwork enrollment."