Interesting article on additional states deciding to move to the federal exchange rather than build or continue to run their own. The federal exchange was initially intended to be a stop-gap for states that could not (or would not) get their own exchange up and running in time for 2014 open enrollment. Despite all the initial challenges, it appears that HealthCare.gov is now working. Currently 36 states use the federal exchange, and Oregon and Nevada announced last month that they would scrap their exchanges and use HealthCare.gov for 2015. While some states like New York, California and Connecticut have had success with their exchanges, others are evaluating the future of their programs.
Go to full article: politico.com