(Carson City, NV) — Governor Brian Sandoval is not happy with recent problems plaguing Nevada’s health insurance exchange.
Sandoval tells the “Las Vegas Review-Journal” he has been in contact with Xerox, which has a $70 million contract to set up and run the Silver State Insurance Exchange. He has been assured fixing the glitches is Xerox’s top priority.
The governor is concerned that those who signed up for coverage and didn’t get their insurance cards could “have a delay” in medical care.
One Las Vegas insurance broker says while Xerox must take responsibility, Sandoval should have, “been in on the ground floor of the issues.”
Xerox says it regrets the difficulties Nevadans have had, and says it’s “committed to Nevada Health Link.”