The HIX Research Group at the Leonard Davis Institute, along with Penn Law, the Penn-Wharton Risk and Insurance Group, and the Sloan Foundation sponsored the Penn-LDI Health Insurance Exchanges Conference on Thursday-Friday, April 11-12, 2013 to discuss the development of health insurance exchanges across the country.
The conference brought together stakeholders and researchers to discuss the health insurance exchanges, or marketplaces, established by the Affordable Care Act. In addition to discussing the implementation of the exchanges, attendees also explored the public law/policy data collection efforts needed to evaluate the exchanges and ongoing research regarding the exchanges taking place at institutions across the country. Click here to view the conference agenda.
Unfortunately, due to limited space, the conference was invite-only.
Our blogger-in-residence, Austin Frakt of The Incidental Economist, covered the conference as it happened. Click here to view Austin’s blog and sign up for Twitter and RSS feeds on his work with LDI.
The LDI Health Economist will also publish articles and multimedia about the conference, which will be available on our site.Check back here for our coverage after the event.