Switching to a federally supported health exchange will take time and add confusion for Nevada consumers.
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.
Up to 90,000 Nevada residents could lose their health insurance policies this fall due to Obamacare.
The board overseeing Nevada’s troubled health insurance exchange wants an analysis on costs, funding and feasibility before deciding whether to keep Xerox as the operator or plot a different course.
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.
Just days after the deadline to enroll for insurance coverage through Nevada Health Link, the first class-action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of residents who say they signed up and paid their premiums – but were never given coverage.
The board created an additional 60-day open enrollment after numerous start-up glitches