The Obama administration’s prediction that people would shop for insurance at the last minute is proving true in state after state. In Washington State, of the 65,000 people who’ve bought private insurance through Obamacare so far, 20,000 of those enrolled last weekend. In Kentucky, enrollments rose by 5,000 in the last week. Connecticut enrolled 6,700 on Monday alone.
The surge of late signups is good for those patients who finally have insurance, but it is likely that the first few weeks of Obamacare will be confusing.
In California, an unprecedented 100,000 customers have signed up since Friday. Some patients who think they have insurance may not get insurance cards on time, and they’re afraid they might fall through the cracks.
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