Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code
Title 14. Insurance

Agency 7. State Corporation Commission, Health Benefits Exchange Division


The Virginia Health Benefit Exchange was created by the General Assembly in 2020 in accordance with § 1311 of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, P.L. 111‑148, as amended by the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, P.L. 111‑152. This state-based exchange is established in Chapter 65 (§ 38.2-6500 et seq.) of Title 38.2 of the Code of Virginia as a division of the State Corporation Commission. The Virginia Health Benefit Exchange facilitates the purchase and sale of qualified health plans and qualified dental plans to qualified individuals and qualified employers. The exchange promotes a transparent and competitive marketplace; promotes consumer choice and education; and assists individuals with access to programs, policies and procedures, premium assistance tax credits, and cost-sharing reductions to support the continuity of coverage and reduce the number of uninsured.






Chapter 10
Rules Governing the Certified Application Counselor ProgramRead all
Section 10
Scope and Purpose
Section 20
Section 30
Designation of Organizations
Section 40
Duties of a Certified Application Counselor Designated Organization
Section 50
Certification of Application Counselors
Section 60
Duties of Certified Application Counselors
Section 70
Prohibitions on Fees, Consideration, Solicitation, and Marketing
Section 80
Forms (14VAC7-10)

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