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Topic - Silver State Health Insurance Exchange Board
Nevada cut ties Tuesday with the operator of the state's problem-plagued health insurance exchange and will partner with the federal government for enrollments in the upcoming year.
Thousands more people have enrolled for health coverage in the past month through Nevada's insurance exchange, but problems persist, state officials were told Thursday.
Nevadans who purchase health insurance through the state exchange will pay more in monthly fees next year to sustain the program, though how much has yet to be determined.
The board overseeing Nevada's troubled health insurance exchange delayed action Thursday on whether to give people stuck in the system because of technical problems more time to complete enrollments.
Nevada is turning to its own state government experts to provide technical support and oversight to its beleaguered health exchange.