Moral of the story: DIYNew Jersey’s federally run health insurance exchange only enrolled 741 people in the month of October according to an editorial in the Star-Ledger.

It’s disconcerting to see that New Jersey had the opportunity to create their own specific health exchange with $100 to $200 million from the federal government. The funding would have covered the creation of the marketplace and funded it through the first year.

So, I am patiently waiting to hear how the re-elected governor explains this terrible fumble to the people he built relationships with.


A Nudge in the Right Direction Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations in NJ for the Win

Well, what do you think?