OH's health insurance exchange a mystery
In five months, Ohio's health-insurance exchange will enroll the first of hundreds of thousands of Ohioans for coverage that takes effect on Jan. 1. By Oct. 1, the federal government will have to prepare the online marketplace, which a state-commissioned report estimated will serve 540,000 Ohioans by 2017. And in Ohio and 33 other states that opted for federally run or partnership exchanges instead of setting up their own, there won't be much money from the federal government to help get the word out.
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