With California on track to become the first state in the nation to fully implement the Health Benefit Exchange, CSDA is committed to examining how it will impact local child support operations. Please explore the page below to review the progress of the Exchange and its potential impact to the Child Support Program.
April 8, 2013 – Meeting Materials
California Health Benefit Exchange
The purpose of the California Health Benefit Exchange is to allow individuals and small businesses to compare plans and buy insurance on the private market. The Exchange will open for enrollment beginning in 2014. Federal healthcare reform will provide tax credits and subsidies to those who fall below the income threshold.
Impact of Supreme Court Decision on CA (June, 2012)
Health Benefit Exchange Overview – David Maxwell-Jolly (Presented to CSDA Membership – March, 2012)
Impact on Child Support – Analysis
What is the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) impact on child support? As the first state to “go live”, it is important to determine how California’s local child support operations will be affected. Some work has already been done to identify the potential areas where the Child Support Program and the ACA will intersect. See below for documentation:
Child Support and Healthcare Reform Webinar Series (HMS – April, 2011)
Links and Resources
http://www.dol.gov/ebsa/healthreform/ – U.S. Department of Labor
Affordable Health Care – White House Fact Sheet
http://healthreform.kff.org/ – Kaiser Health Reform Gateway