Why Many are Still Uninsured

 Jason Millman: “With Obamacare’s first enrollment period finally in the books, two new surveys out this morning offer new insight into why the still-uninsured decided to remain on the sidelines this year. Hint: It has a lot to do with cost.”


“The industry-backed Enroll America offers further context on the affordability question in a new report analyzing the group’s efforts to increase enrollment in 10 states.”

“The group said complaints about the lack of affordable health-care options increased each month during the signup period (8 percent of complaints in November, compared to 29 percent in February). Enroll America said this could be a reflection of more people advancing to the point where they had to pick a health plan.”

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