From Our 2013 Archives
Wisconsin Approves 13 Insurers for Marketplace
By Amanda Robinson
Reviewed by Lisa Zamosky
Aug. 13, 2013 -- Wisconsin has approved 13 insurance companies to sell individual plans in the new health insurance Marketplace created under the Affordable Care Act. The Office of the Commissioner of Insurance, which completed the initial review, did not release any details about plans or costs. The plans now face federal review before they become available for open enrollment starting Oct. 1.
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The 13 companies are:
Nine companies also won initial approval to sell insurance plans in the small business Marketplace. They are:
Under the Affordable Care Act, signed into law in 2010, each state must have a health insurance Marketplace set up by Oct. 1 for coverage starting Jan. 1, 2014. Most Americans will be required to have health insurance starting Jan. 1. Wisconsin is one of 27 states where the federal government will run the Marketplace.
SOURCE: Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance: "Wisconsin Completes Filing Reviews."
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