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One in Five Buyers of Health Insurance Under New Law Did Not Pay Premiums on Time
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Feb. 13, 2014
"[A] spokeswoman for Blue Shield of California said that 80 percent of the people who signed up for its plans had paid by the company's due date, Jan. 15.... Mark T. Bertolini, the chief executive of Aetna, said ... that the company had 135,000 'paid members,' out of 200,000 who began to enroll through the exchanges. 'I think people are enrolling in multiple places,' Mr. Bertolini said in a conference call with securities analysts. 'They are shopping. And what happens is that they never really get back on HealthCare.gov to disenroll from plans they prior enrolled in.'"

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