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Exchanges, QHPs can keep 2015 enrollee grades to themselves

HHS will not publish the first exchange plan satisfaction scores itself.
HHS will not publish the first exchange plan satisfaction scores itself.

Public health insurance exchanges and issuers of "qualified health plan" (QHP) coverage can decide for themselves whether to release their first batch of official federal enrollee experience survey results.

Officials at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) mention the agency's enrollee survey data release schedule in a new QHP enrollee survey website established at https://qhpcahps.cms.gov.

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