Update on Marketplace Enrollment

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<p>Despite the difficult rollout of healthcare.gov, new data from states that are operating their own marketplaces show that Americans are slowly but surely enrolling in the new insurance coverage options now available under the Affordable Care Act. </p><p>In a <a href="/blog/2013/enrollment-affordable-care-acts-health-insurance-options-update">new blog post,</a> The Commonwealth Fund's Sara Collins, Ph.D., and Tracy Garber look at the latest enrollment numbers in the state-run marketplaces—and whether young adults, who will help ensure the marketplaces' success, are among those signing up for health insurance. </p>
<p>"After three-and-a-half years of work by stakeholders in both the public and private sectors to bring about much-needed changes in U.S. insurance markets, implementation is in full swing," the authors write. “If trends continue, more and more people will obtain coverage over the next several months."</p>
<p>Read the <a href="/blog/2013/enrollment-affordable-care-acts-health-insurance-options-update">complete post</a> for detail about enrollment numbers and how they compare to the Congressional Budget Office projections. </p>