Cost-Sharing Reductions in the Health Insurance Marketplace: Uncertainty and Implications for Georgia
Cost-sharing reductions (CSRs) are subsidies that assist individuals enrolled in the Health Insurance Marketplace by lowering out-of-pocket expenses for care. Uncertainty over the future of CSR funding has significant implications for Marketplace enrollees and insurers.
Proposed citation: Georgia Health Policy Center. (2017). Cost-sharing reductions in the health insurance marketplace: Uncertainty and implications for Georgia. Retrieved from https://ghpc.gsu.edu/download/cost-sharing-reductions-health-insurance-marketplace-uncertainty-implications-georgia/
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