American Commitment’s Phil Kerpen has calculated the cost in the five states that have closed or are at risk of closing their exchanges:
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This is related to the last post.
Oregon definitely cannot afford the bill.
Too many hippies
I think they’re hipsters now
I bet this is a drop in the bucket compared to the costs coming down the road.
More than likely
What is also remarkable is that much of this money was flushed into sales and marketing, and yet these exchanges enrolled very few people.
Good point! Much of this money has been digested by the inefficient administration.
Yet many states are doing well
Who on earth would ever want to move to Hawaii and live in poverty???
Better poor in Hawaii than poor in North Dakota.
Ain’t that the truth
It’s important to note that other states are doing extremely well
But more states need to learn from them
“Some chiropractors making big Medicare-paid adjustments”
They’re all quacks.
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