Last-minute surge narrowed ACA signup gap
A seventh-week surge helped bring the signup total for the entire 2019 enrollment period to 8.5 million, about 4.2 percent lower than 2018.
During the first six weeks of the enrollment period, renewal activity was stronger than new signups. (Image: CMS)
HealthCare.gov may end up with about as many consumer users in 2019 as it has had in 2018, thanks to a big
rush for coverage during the last week of the 2019 open enrollment period.
HealthCare.gov started the 2019 open enrollment period Nov. 1 and ended it Saturday.
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