Report: Fewer Than 50K Have Signed Up At Healthcare.Gov

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obama-health-careFewer than 50,000 people have successfully purchased private healthcare coverage using the struggling ObamaCare enrollment site, according to a report.

The figure represents about one-tenth of an initial enrollment target from the Obama administration that has been referred to by Republican lawmakers.

The report by the Wall Street Journal, citing two people familiar with the matter, comes as federal health officials prepare to release official sign-up figures from for the first time later this week.

The administration has sought to lower expectations about the number, noting problems with and consumers’ tendency to purchase health coverage close to deadlines.

Health insurance companies serving the federal marketplaces have received data for between 40,000 and 50,000 enrollees, sources told the Journal.

The administration had hoped to sign up 500,000 people in the month of October, according to documents cited by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (Mich.), a Republican.

Monday’s release was part of a flurry of estimates shedding light on aspects of ObamaCare enrollment.

Consulting firm Avalere Health reported that about 50,000 people had signed up for either private plans or Medicaid on 12 state-run marketplaces.

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  1. I just DARE any Democrat who is up for re-election in 2014 to run on ObamaCare.

    The only ones that would likely win are the ones from the most liberal districts/states.

    The ones from districts/states not so liberal will surely get their heads handed to them.


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