nevada health exchange
One of the plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit against the company that ran Nevada’s health insurance exchange has died of cancer.
Switching to a federally supported health exchange will take time and add confusion for Nevada consumers.
— A special enrollment period for Nevadans who tried but were unable to purchase health insurance because of problems with the state health exchange ends this week.
The Silver State Health Exchange has fired Xerox and will adapt a new exchange next year.
A state board overseeing Nevada’s bungled health insurance change will discuss options to minimize the state’s exposure in a class-action lawsuit, including invoking a contract provision that could put the legal onus on Xerox.
Thousands more people have enrolled for health coverage in the past month through Nevada’s insurance exchange but problems persist.
Gov. Brian Sandoval says there are no good choices for Nevada as it tries to decide what do to about its troubled health insurance exchange.
An outside consulting firm has provided options for the Nevada health exchange, but says there is no quick fix.
A Las Vegas attorney says documents from an anonymous whistle blower detail major problems with enrollments in Nevada’s health insurance exchange.
Numerous mistakes were found in an audit of Nevada health exchange files, earning Xerox a ‘fail’ in a number of categories.