Roughly 1.5 million Americans lost their marketplace health coverage between February and March as national exchange enrollment fell from 11.7 million to nearly 10.2 million, the Obama administration reported Tuesday. In photo, Nurse practitioner Blen Abdi prepares a second set of injections for her patient at the Minute Clinic CVS location in Pentagon City in Arlington, Va., on May 6, 2015.
Roughly 1.5 million Americans lost their marketplace health coverage between February and March as national exchange enrollment fell from 11.7 million to nearly 10.2 million, the Obama administration reported Tuesday. In photo, Nurse practitioner Blen Abdi prepares a second set of injections for her patient at the Minute Clinic CVS location in Pentagon City in Arlington, Va., on May 6, 2015. McClatchy
Roughly 1.5 million Americans lost their marketplace health coverage between February and March as national exchange enrollment fell from 11.7 million to nearly 10.2 million, the Obama administration reported Tuesday. In photo, Nurse practitioner Blen Abdi prepares a second set of injections for her patient at the Minute Clinic CVS location in Pentagon City in Arlington, Va., on May 6, 2015. McClatchy

U.S. marketplace health plan enrollment falls to 10.2 million

June 02, 2015 04:57 PM

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