The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is still running HealthCare.gov. HealthCare.gov managers will start a three-day conference for exchange plan issuers, at CMS headquarters in Baltimore, April 11.
The agenda includes sessions on HealthCare.gov administration nuts and bolts, such as how to feed health plan data into HealthCare.gov computers, and how to help exchange plan members with problems, according to a document posted on a CMS website.
Speakers will also talk about topics such as the Affordable Care Act essential health benefits package, and the relationship between health insurers, HealthCare.gov and HealthCare.gov agents and brokers.
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Health plan representatives who are too busy to attend the sessions in person can watch through the web.
CMS will let each issuer send up to three in-person conference participants per issuer per state.
State regulatory agencies can send two in-person participants per state.
There is no limit on the number of issuer representatives and regulators who can watch the sessions through the web.