Questions to consider:
How will women be able to find affordable health care coverage under the state’s health exchange?
How will your state ensure costs, including out-of-pocket costs, are transparent and services are affordable for women under the Exchange?
Will your state develop systems to assist women and their families make informed choices about their plan and tier selection?
California Health Care Foundation, Ten Years of California's Independent Medical Review Process: A Look Back and Prospects for Change
Georgetown University Health Policy Institute and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The Massachusetts and Utah Health Insurance Exchanges: Lessons Learned
Connors Center for Women's Health and Gender Biology, Massachusetts Health Reform: Impact on Women’s Health Issue Brief
Kaiser Family Foundation, Patient Cost-Sharing Under the Affordable Care Act
National Women's Law Center, Still Nowhere to Turn: Insurance Companies Treat Women Like a Pre-Existing Condition
National Partnership for Women and Families, Why the Affordable Care Act Matters for Women: Expanding Affordability and Choice in the Marketplace
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Actuarial Value and Cost Sharing Reductions Bulletin
Commonwealth Fund, Oceans Apart: The Higher Health Costs of Women in the U.S. Compared to Other Nations, and How Reform Is Helping
Kaiser Family Foundation, Policy Insights: Transparency and Complexity
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