Letter

Letters to 11 CO-OPs Seeking Updates on their Viability


05.18.16

Excerpt: “CMS has placed at least eight of the remaining 11 CO-OPs on ‘Enhanced Oversight’ or ‘Corrective Action’ Plans. These additional oversight plans were intended to assist CO-OPs that are struggling financially and/or may not be able to repay their federal loans. After reviewing these oversight plans, the Committee is concerned that CMS has not taken the appropriate steps to ensure that the remaining CO-OPs will be financially solvent for the remainder of the year. Federal taxpayers have invested over $1 billion into the remaining 11 CO-OPs. Especially considering this substantial taxpayer investment, the Committee wants to ensure CMS is taking the necessary and appropriate steps to keep these CO-OPs afloat.”

To read the letter to Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative (WI), click here.

To read the letter to Evergreen Health Cooperative (MD), click here.

To read the letter to Health Republic Insurance of New Jersey, click here.

To read the letter to HealthyCT, click here.

To read the letter to InHealth Mutual (OH), click here.

To read the letter to Land of Lincoln Health (IL), click here.

To read the letter to Maine Community Health Options, click here.

To read the letter to Minutemen Health (MA), click here.

To read the letter to Montana Health CO-OP, click here.

To read the letter to New Mexico Health Connections, click here.

To read the letter to Oregon’s Health CO-OP, click here.

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