Seventy-five percent of the people on terminated individual plans in Colorado have coverage through two carriers

That would be Rocky Mountain Health Plans and Kaiser Permanente – Colorado’s Canceled Health Insurance Count Tops 200,000 « CBS Denver.

So when Rocky Mountain Health Plans President and CEO Steve ErkenBrack states

The exchange and Medicaid have made some good progress, said board member Steve ErkenBrack, who is head of Rocky Mountain Health Plans in Grand Junction. But, he said, he knows there are many who desperately need to get through to a new policy by Dec. 15.

“This is not a theory for people, this is about real people with real problems, and we need to make sure that transition is as smooth as possible,” he said.

Well of course he does. He is responsible for many of these “real people with real problems” having their plans cancelled. Great job Steve.

Also, how did Rocky Moutnain Health Plans and Kaiser Permanente, not to mention the Colorado Department of Insurance, know that you couldn’t keep your plan prior to President Obama? Inquiring minds want to know.


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