A key concept of the reform model adopted by the ACA is that states would have centralized markets offering a variety of qualified health plans to consumers, along the lines established in Massachusetts in 2006. Although the term was common during the campaign to enact reform, the exchanges are now more often called health insurance marketplaces.
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