Why Are The Health Law’s Co-Ops Failing?
Arizona's co-op plan -- which covers one in three people in that state with health law plans -- won't be allowed to sell plans, leaving more than 59,000 people scrambling to find new health insurance.
Why Nearly Half Of The Obamacare Co-Ops Have Folded
As open enrollment begins for the health exchanges, one development that's turning into a concern is the collapse of a number of alternative insurance plans known as co-ops. Mary Agnes Carey of Kaiser Health News joins Judy Woodruff to answer real Americans’ questions about shopping for coverage.
The Arizona Republic:
Arizona Health Insurance Co-Op Off The Marketplace
A low-cost health insurance co-op that covers about one in three Arizonans that have an Affordable Care Act marketplace plan won't be allowed to sell health plans Sunday — the opening day consumers can purchase insurance — after the state of Arizona and the federal government took action against the entity. (Alltucker, 10/31)