The Massachusetts Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector: structure and functions.

@article{Lischko2009TheMC,
  title={The Massachusetts Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector: structure and functions.},
  author={Amy M Lischko and Sara S. Bachman and Alyssa Vangeli},
  journal={Issue brief},
  year={2009},
  volume={55},
  pages={1-14}
}
The Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority is the centerpiece of Massachusetts' ambitious health care reforms, which were implemented beginning in 2006. The Connector is an independent quasi-governmental agency created by the Massachusetts legislature to facilitate the purchase of affordable, high-quality health insurance by small businesses and individuals without access to employer-sponsored coverage. This issue brief describes the structure and functions of the Connector… CONTINUE READING

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