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Can The Nevada Health Co-Op Succeed?
Can The Nevada Health Co-Op Succeed?

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AIR DATE: November 25, 2013

The Affordable Care Act mandates health insurance that can be purchased through online exchanges. It also provides funding for non-profit insurance companies to start up and increase competition with traditional health insurance companies. Nevada has its own, the Nevada Health Co-op. So what is it for? How is it different from traditional insurance companies? And how has it been affected by the shambolic beginnings to the online exchanges?

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Bobbette Bond, Chief Project Coordinator, Nevada Health Co-op

Karen Davis, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

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