PWC report reviews exchange progress
Posted on October 4, 2012 | No Comments
A report recently published by Price Waterhouse Cooper (PWC) examines states’ progress on exchange establishment. The report found that the country, on the whole, is lagging. Only 13 states have decided to create exchanges, while eight have indicated that they will let the federal government take control of exchange establishment. The majority, the report says, are still undecided, and have until November 15 to make a final decision. The PWC report also details typical exchange participants. On average, they are 33 years old, unlikely to have a college degree, and under 200 percent of the federal poverty limit.