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Continued: Correction: Insurance Rates-Exchange story

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  • Last update: August 9, 2013 - 4:55 PM

Insurance company executives in Wisconsin have said they fear consumers will have a hard time navigating the exchanges, and it could take months to work out the kinks.

National surveys show that more than three-fourths of uninsured people know little about the new health care law. Nearly 560,000 Wisconsin residents, or 10 percent of the state population, are uninsured.

Several prominent insurers in Wisconsin are not participating in the exchange. That includes Humana, Managed Health Services Insurance Corp., United Healthcare and WEA Trust, which offers insurance to Wisconsin school districts, state health plan members and local units of government.

Some of those that intend to participate include Dean Health Plan, Inc., Gunderson Health Plan Inc., Physicians Plus Insurance Corp., and WPS Health Plan, Inc.

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