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Gov. John Kitzhaber said Thursday he’s seeking a lawsuit against Oracle Corp. over Oregon’s online health insurance enrollment system, the failure of which embarrassed the state and resulted in multiple investigations
About 164,000 Washington residents have signed up for private health insurance through the state’s health care exchange, with the bulk of people enrolling in the final three months leading up to the March deadline, state officials announced Wednesday.
The people who run Washington’s new health care exchange are hoping rock ‘n roll will inspire more young people to sign up for insurance.
Officials say that more than 71,000 people have signed up for private insurance since October 1 through Washington state’s new health care exchange.
About 61,000 Washington residents have signed up for private insurance through the state’s new health care exchange since it opened on Oct. 1.
New federal statistics show Washington state has signed more people up for health insurance since open enrollment began Oct. 1 than any state other than New York and California.
With a reputation as a pacesetter in health care, Oregon laid out bold plans for complying with the federal overhaul.
Two insurance companies who filed to compete in Washington state’s health care exchange initially proposed not to provide abortion coverage, officials said Wednesday.