Tech Firms Rush to Build Health Exchanges Before Deadline

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

The Affordable Care Act has been contentious, confusing and abstract, but that might change on October 1 when states are required to launch websites where people can chose among different health plans.

When the sites go live, it will be the first time millions of Americans will come into direct contact with Obamacare.

Eric Molinksy reports on the last minute rush to meet the deadline, not only from the companies building the exchanges, but from insurance companies as well.


Eric Molinsky

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