At least four of the new Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan carriers have reported some kind of enrollment activity number.
- Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative, a Wisconsin CO-OP, has attracted 8,000 enrollees.
- CoOportunity Health, which serves Iowa and Nebraska, drew 35,000 enrollees, with 8,100 in Iowa, 14,300 in Nebraska and 700 at employer groups.
- Montana Health CO-OP enrolled 5,400.
- Nevada Health CO-OP pulled in about 6,600 enrollees.
The four nonprofit, member-owned carriers boast a total of 55,000 enrollees.