Feds manually reconcile enrollment records

Federal health officials are matching consumers to insurers on a case-by-case basis to fix thousands of flawed enrollment transmissions from HealthCare.gov, according to The Hill's Healthwatch. About 10 percent of health insurance exchange applications have been inaccurately transferred from HealthCare.gov to insurers, FierceHealthPayer previously reported. And the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services acknowledged that more than 30,000 applications might need to be re-evaluated before the year end, Healthwatch noted. Thanks to such back-end problems, federal health officials have to cross-check by hand individual enrollment records with insurers. Article

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