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Tavenner on Obamacare

posted November 21, 2015

Tavenner, who was administrator of CMS until early this year, noted nearly 800,000 consumers had to find other insurance coverage for next year because there wasn’t enough money in the program that profitable insurers fund to help offset losses to smaller, less profitable ones. More than half of the 23 non-profit insurance co-ops set up under the ACA had to close.

“When health plans cannot rely on the government to meet its obligations, individuals and families are harmed as a result,” said Tavenner. “The administration must act to ensure this program works as intended and consumers are protected.”

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