Grants helped state exchanges enroll more people than

08/25/2014 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

State-run health insurance exchanges outperformed even after glitches on the federally run site were fixed, according to researchers at the University of Pennsylvania's Leonard Davis Institute. States received block grants to train and pay navigators, and states that set up their own exchanges received additional block grants to hire "In-Person Assistors." Community health centers in five states that partnered with the federal government received additional funding.

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