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Continued: Younger, healthy enrollees lag in health exchange sign-ups, raising threat of higher premiums

  • Article by: MICHAEL R. BLOOD , Associated Press
  • Last update: November 15, 2013 - 12:25 PM

"It's going to be very messy for the next couple of years, until we figure out who is buying insurance," said Glenn Melnick, director of the Center for Health Financing, Policy and Management at the University of Southern California. "There are a lot of pieces of this that are just black boxes right now."

Aetna Chairman and chief executive Mark Bertolini said last month that it was "incredibly important" to get the exchange websites running properly because "the younger, healthier people aren't going to give them more than one shot."

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