Commercial enrollment growth outside of the state's federally facilitated health insurance exchange continues to be a challenge in Nebraska. Current enrollment trends favor continued dominance of the state's largest managed care organizations. Nebraskans voted to expand Medicaid eligibility as sought by the Affordable Care Act. The state battled the COVID-19 pandemic throughout the latter half of 2020.


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