Obamacare Co-Ops Cost Taxpayers $17,000 Per Enrollee

By Published on February 12, 2015

More than 500,000 people enrolled in health plans offered by nonprofit insurance companies created under the Affordable Care Act.

And with the Obamacare co-ops receiving an average of $108.7 million from the federal government, taxpayer-backed funding per enrollee topped $17,000.

Twenty-three co-ops received a total of $2.5 billion from the federal government and enrolled more than 520,000 people in plans through September. However, an analysis conducted by The Daily Signal published yesterday found that just one, Maine Community Health Options, was profitable last year.

Read the article “Obamacare Co-Ops Cost Taxpayers $17,000 Per Enrollee” on dailysignal.com.

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