O-Care enrollments tick up in Nov.

by Jonathan Easley, The Hill
December 11, 2013

About 260,000 people picked out private health plans under ObamaCare in November, bringing the total number of enrollments to about 365,000, Health and Human Services (HHS) announced on Wednesday.

While November’s figures are an improvement over the 106,000 who picked out a plan in October, the administration is well behind its original goal of having 800,000 people signed up through the state and federal exchanges in the first two months.

HHS said in a conference call with reporters that it still expects to hit its goal of having 7 million people signed up under ObamaCare by March 31, 2014.
“We think we’re on track and we will reach the total that we thought,” HHS director Michael Hash said.

“We’re only two and a half months into a six month open enrollment period,” he added. “We expect the bulk of enrollments will occur at the end of the enrollment period.”

The 365,000 figure includes those who have enrolled through HealthCare.gov, and those who have gone through state-run exchanges.

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