CMS Releases Model Applications

CMS has released their model applications, which leverage the Enroll UX 2014 design, for comment. Two videos demonstrate the draft online applications.

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PBGH Releases Findings on Plan Choice

Without good tools to guide their plan choices, many consumers may select health plans that don’t meet their needs. PBGH has created resources for Exchanges to use as they build decision support tools.

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Project Deliverable Presentation

This Enroll UX 2014 Project Deliverable Presentation provides a quick overview of the project’s deliverables, and demonstrates features of the Design Reference Prototype.

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Ongoing Development Updates

This section will keep you updated on the progress being made in the Enroll UX 2014 project.  Here you will find a detailed summary of the work accomplished or just underway in each of the four project phases.

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Interview with Innovators from Oregon

The Children’s Partnership recently published an interview with two administrators of Cover Oregon, Oregon’s Health Exchange, in which they discuss their participation in the Enroll UX 2014 collaborative and their state’s work to customize the design. In Interviews with Innovators from Oregon, Nora Leibowitz, chief of policy, evaluation, and research, and Amy Fauver, deputy director […]

November Spotlight: Maryland and Washington

The design materials continue to be widely accessed, with more than 150 website visits per day over the last few months. Additionally, at least seven states (CA, CO, MD, MN, NY, OR, and WA) and the federal government are leveraging the Enroll UX 2014 design in their Exchange development. Several additional states (IL, NM, TN, […]

Plan Choice Research Results Provide Evidence Base for User Experience Design

The Pacific Business Group on Health’s Helping Vulnerable Consumers in the Exchange Project has been developing plan choice decision support rules that exchanges can use to build their consumer choice software rules

UX 2014 Implementation Demonstrated at Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference

The Medicaid Information Technology Architecture Technical Architecture Committee (MITA TAC) is implementing a functional demonstration of a single, streamlined enrollment process, showing both front- and back-end technologies. The demonstration, known as Enroll 12, uses the Enroll UX 2014 design as the basis for its user experience portion. Enroll 12 was unveiled at the MESC conference in August.


Enroll UX 2014 Design Release

On June 8, the Enroll UX 2014 design deliverables were released at a session in San Francisco attended by 16 states and CMS.