State officials developing health insurance purchasing exchanges have voiced growing appreciation for the roles that can be played by benefit advisers.

Those trends, plus recent guidance from the Health and Human Services Department, were examined last week at a program in Washington, D.C., sponsored by the Bipartisan Policy Center and Kaiser Family Foundation. Experts said that now and over the next 18 months states will be learning much more about what is expected of them, models the states might take — and partnerships necessary to make them successful.

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