Transitional Reinsurance Program

The Transitional Reinsurance Program is a three-year program that began in 2014 and continues through 2016, which was established by the Affordable Care Act to stabilize premiums in the individual market both inside and outside of the health insurance Marketplaces ("Exchanges"). The program requires employers sponsoring certain self-insured plans to make contributions to support payments to individual market issuers that cover high-cost individuals.


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