Connecticut wants to sell its successful Obamacare website plan to other states

It isn’t just the US federal government that’s struggled to set up a health insurance marketplace. A number of states that have attempted to set up their own have run into problems too, and now one of the more successful states thinks that it can come to their rescue. “We were approached by several states who called us and said, ‘Would you have any interest in franchising your exchange to us as a state?'” Kevin Counihan, CEO of Connecticut’s health insurance marketplace, tells WNPR. “And so, as we thought about that, we began coming up with this concept of an ‘exchange in a box.'”

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