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A key committee in the Hawaii Legislature approved a proposal to give $1.5 million to the state's troubled health exchange, but the funding amount was well below the $4.7 million that officials from the Hawaii Health Connector had recently asked for.
The head of the Hawaii Health Connector told a panel of lawmakers Wednesday that the troubled health exchange will need $4.7 million to be financially sustainable next year.
The head of Hawaii's troubled health connector said Friday that the federal government denied a request that would have improved its financial situation by allowing it to spend its money more slowly.
The head of Hawaii's health insurance marketplace under President Barack Obama's federal health care overhaul says it has to trim costs to remain sustainable.
The head of Hawaii's online health insurance marketplace told state lawmakers Tuesday that it isn't earning enough to pay its bills beyond 2014.