HealthCare.gov and the state ACA exchange websites will start publishing quality star ratings for insurance plans, CMS announced Thursday. Under the now-nationwide policy, set to start for the 2020 plan year, exchange insurers will be rated using a 5-star quality rating system similar to Medicare Advantage’s. The number of stars awarded depends on how enrollees rate in-network doctors, care received, customer service and overall experience with the insurer. HealthCare.gov will post the ratings.

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