State-run health care exchanges still struggling to see uptick in sign-ups

November 28, 2013

WASHINGTON – While the rush grows to meet Saturday’s self-imposed deadline for improving the ObamaCare website, the real story behind the government’s success or failure may be hidden in the abysmal state-run exchange figures.

The White House has been busy pitching the plan’s merits across the country and flown in the A-Team of tech experts to work round-the-clock on a major makeover for the online portal.

In fact, by the middle of November,14 state-based marketplaces reported data showing enrollment numbers doubling from the disastrous roll out a month earlier, to 150,000 from 79,000.

But the numbers are still below where they should be. In Colorado, for example, enrollment figures are below the state’s own worst-case projections.

According to The Denver Post, the lowest-level mid-November enrollment projection was 11,108, the middle range 20,186 and highest hitting 30,944.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • awegweiser says:

    How about some reporting here on substantial successes in Washington State, California, New York and, of all places, Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul’s, Kentucky! And what this should have been, but for GOP blocking, a single payer system, in Vermont.

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