Finally the second season of health insurance market begins on Saturday. Fortunately, the market worked relatively better as compared to last year. However, a few people faced delays in the purchase of insurance.
Mathews Burwell, the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services informed that the first day of the launch of Healthcare.Gov went pretty smooth. Almost 100,000 people have submitted their applications for the Health insurance plan through the federal website. The great response signifies that the insurance business will certainly rise up to 2 million in the future.
Moreover, Burwell notified that most of the issues emerge from the people who forgot their passwords and user names. However, the call center service tried their level best to help the customers. They asked the clients to reset their passwords.
Furthermore, she informed that most of the enrollment counselors rely on the federal exchange. These counselors are situated in numerous states like Florida, South Carolina, Texas and Alabama.
Thus far, almost thousands of people went to numerous enrollment events all over the country. These events were organized in different places like churches, shopping malls, community colleges, public libraries and much more.
All the state, local and federal officials stated that they currently mainly focused on two tasks. First one is to enroll as many uninsured people as they can. And secondly to renew the coverage for the ones who are already utilizing this service.
On the other hand, The Congressional Budget Office predicts that 13 million people would sign up for medical insurance in 2015.