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Brian Utterback April 12, 2014 at 02:34 PM
Of course we have an idea. We determine it the same way we always have, through independently runRead Moresu rveys. As far as tracking it through the website, first the website couldn't help track it since the exchanges are only a small part of the equation. Second, the exchanges ultimately rely on the private insurance companies to complete the process, so they would have had to even ask the question and then send the results back to the government, which would have been a lot more difficult. And ultimately, there is a law that basically says that the government can't even ask questions outside the scope of process at hand, which that tracking would have been. And for your final question, who do you think pays for it now? Paying the residual 10% would most likely be a net savings over the costs we incur now.
jpf2361 April 12, 2014 at 06:34 PM
Brian Utterback April 13, 2014 at 09:53 AM
Not excuses, facts. If you have better facts I am very willing to listen to your evidence. But soRead Morefa r you haven't provided any.