Wisconsin Estimates Fewer Than 50 Have Signed Up for Insurance on Federal Obamacare Exchange
Less than 50 Wisconsinites have signed up for insurance through the federal health-care exchange, according to the Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance (OCI).
OCI called all 13 Wisconsin insurers that are offering individual plans on the exchange to determine how many people had signed up for health insurance. Dan Schwartzer, the deputy commissioner at OCI, said the number is “really a guess” because the federal government has not released enrollment figures yet.
Wisconsin is one of 36 states that elected to default to the federal exchange or partner with the federal government instead of setting up its own.
Via the MacIver News Service.