Preliminary figures suggest the Obama administration is falling far short of its goal of signing up the young, healthy and uninsured for ObamaCare.#Obamafail.
It's a problem that could undermine the rollout of the law even more than the glitch-ridden website.
Experts say the health care program needs 40 percent of all enrollees to be between 18 and 34 years old -- a prized demographic known in the industry as the "young invincibles." They are considered young, healthy and relatively cheap to care for and are necessary to subsidize older and more expensive enrollees.
While the administration isn't releasing numbers, of the six states that are keeping score, only 28 percent fit into the young and healthy demographic.
Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Fox News reports:
Posted by Steve Bartin at 3:23 PM