Not sure where to start in transitioning to a State-Based Marketplace? Below are some resources to help you start planning. Have questions? We’re here to help, just send us an email at hello@getinsured.com.

SBM Build-Out Timeline

There are critical activities that must be completed when looking to build a State-Based Marketplace. Below is a quick look at some of these. (Timeline content courtesy of Heather Korbulic, Executive Director, SSHIX.)

State based marketplace timeline

Governor Letters Requesting an SBM

Governors are required to send a letter to CMS noting their intention to transition to a state-based marketplace. These are the publicly available letters that can be used as a model for future state letters.

2019

  • Nevada (Coming Soon)
  • New Mexico (Coming Soon)
  • New Jersey (March 22, 2019)

2012

State-Based Marketplace Blueprint

A “Blueprint”  is a document in which your state tells CMS a little about how you intend to build out and operate your exchange.

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) & 1332 Waiver Guidance

Here you’ll find the actual text from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), which is often shortened to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). You can also find the latest guidance on how to utilize 1332 waivers.

State-Based Marketplace Requests for Information (RFI)

State-Based Marketplace Requests for Proposals (RFP)

Market Studies & Webinars

How do state-based exchanges affect local health insurance markets? Below are some resources to help you consider how an SBM may impact your state.

State-Based Marketplace Vendors & Key Organizations

There are experienced vendors who can help you each step of the way in your transition to a state-based marketplace.

Organizations assisting with the operation and formation of SBMs:

Get in touch

Want to learn how an SBM can specifically help your state, as well as estimate your savings? Email GetInsured’s Business Development at hello@getinsured.com.