States see staff shortage for healthcare overhaul - report
There may not be enough state staffers to implement President Barack Obama's health-care overhaul on time, and contractors may need to be hired for some "key" responsibilities, according to a report released Thursday by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
While there is expertise among state staff members, designing insurance exchanges and handling increased Medicaid enrollment will be challenges, with many major health-care overhaul provisions going into effect in 2014.
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