Digging Into Private HIX

Kalish, Brian M.
November 2014
Health Data Management;Nov2014, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p6
Trade Publication
The article explains how employers analyze private health insurance exchanges (HIX). Characteristics employers consider when choosing an exchange are funding for coverage, medical and non-medical plans inventory, transparent shopping experience, decision support and comprehensive support services. The importance of holistic thinking about finance and employee benefits is discussed. It differentiates the types of private exchanges, which are technology, pure play, broker/consultant and insurer.


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