Getting Georgia Covered

This policy report identifies key themes in consumer and assister experiences during the 2017 open enrollment period; describes how OE4 differed from the previous three open enrollment periods; and identifies policy opportunities to close the coverage gap, ensure access to care, address affordability issues, and provide for the continued success of the Marketplace.

This policy report identifies key themes in consumer and assister experiences during the 2017 open enrollment period; describes how OE4 differed from the previous three open enrollment periods; and identifies policy opportunities to close the coverage gap, ensure access to care, address affordability issues, and provide for the continued success of the Marketplace.

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