Tennessee: Eyebrow-Raiser: Insurance Co. leaves ACA exchange due to demand being too HIGH!

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Community Health pulls plans after meeting ACA goals

Community Health Alliance has pulled its health insurance plans off the federal marketplace because it hit its enrollment goals.

Knoxville-based Community Health Alliance, a nonprofit consumer operated and oriented insurance provider, or co-op, hit its enrollment goals in the first two months of open enrollment. It stopped offering plans on the exchange Jan. 15.

...The co-op approached the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance in early January about its enrollment numbers, and the agency took the situation to the federal agency per regulatory procedure, said a spokesman for TDCI. The ultimate decision was to pull, or freeze, CHA's insurance products — which had been among the most competitive in the state — from the marketplace. The company wanted to make sure that it could maintain reliable customer service for those it had enrolled rather than tax its infrastructure with more enrollees.