Medicaid patients enrolling through the state health insurance exchange are taking too much of its resources, exchange board members said Monday, but state officials propose an even tighter partnership with a single technology vendor.
The federal policy of “no wrong door” was meant to be a single online portal for the uninsured that would seamlessly determine their eligibility for either Medicaid or private insurance with tax subsidies they purchased on the exchange.
But system and user errors have created problems for thousands of Colorado customers seeking financial assistance under the Affordable Care Act.
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