Entries by David Anderson

What’s next

Now that open enrollment is winding down, the execution phase for 2014 is in full swing and the planning cycle for 2015 will be wrapping up soon.  After that, insurance companies and their state regulators will build for 2015 implementation.  So what should we be seeing in the next month or so. 1) Cleaning out […]

And we’re done

Record day continues as consumers rush to #GetCoveredNow. More than 3M visits to http://t.co/eTfU7hBJUR and 1M calls as of 8pm. — HealthCare.gov (@HealthCareGov) April 1, 2014   Regular open enrollment in all areas of the continental United States for Exchange coverage is done. And the numbers are massive. I was guessing 6.5 to 7.0 million […]

Batter up….

A few important things for this morning:   #ACASurge is for real.  Today is the last day to get an application started on healthcare.gov Same Facts has an amazing critique of intelligent design A friend observes: “I give my 2 year old a nutritious food he hasn’t had before and he smells it, squishes it […]

Good news for people who love bad news

The #ACAsurge is pushing enrollment up to at least a confirmed 6.1 million enrollments as of Thursday afternoon.  Charles Gbaba is projecting slightly more than 6.75 million enrollments on the Exchange.  This is good news. However for there is a headline we’ll see in the last week of April or the first week of May […]

Good News Everybody

From ACASignups.net Here you go…hot off the presses…um, Twitter-feed, anyway… @charles_gaba MT @igorvolsky: BREAKING: Obama says on a call that 6 million people have enrolled in Obamacare. — Seth Trueger (@MDaware) March 27, 2014 Things are moving VERY quickly now… For example, I just added this update from the WSJ, which claims 100K QHPs per […]