Mass. Ranks Last In Health Care Enrollment

January 15, 2014 10:41 PM
Mass. Ranks Last In Health Care Enrollment
" BOSTON (CBS) — The Massachusetts health care system has been touted as the successful model for Federal Health Care Reform.

But new enrollment figures show the state ranks dead last in enrolling people since the federal law kicked in.

But Secretary of Administration and Finance Glen Shor says the statistics ‘miss the point.’

Shor ran the state’s health connector back in its pre-Obamacare heyday. But while he claims the new federal numbers understate their success in getting people covered, there is still work to do.

“It is certainly true that we have not been able to get people into coverage and keep them in coverage through the website in the way we would have liked,” he said "

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