New MNsure leader promises fixes

  • Article by: JEREMY OLSON
  • Updated: December 19, 2013 - 3:39 AM

State’s health insurance exchange says its numbers are improving, but a key deadline is looming on Monday.

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Fair ViewDec. 18, 13 1:23 PM

"Leitz has a track record in health care reform and economics under Democrat and Republican governors." - not sure he has the chops to do this kind of job. If we are going to take private industry and make it a public asset (expense), please hire professionals and not career policy wonks to manage it.

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parks12005Dec. 18, 13 1:34 PM

Come up with some more of those clever commercials...that should do the trick!

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alansonDec. 18, 13 1:34 PM

I don't actually recall anyone describing problems severe enough to cause the chief executive to be replaced. What am I missing here?

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malmlovdorfDec. 18, 13 1:40 PM

Not another career socialist please!

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jbpaperDec. 18, 13 1:45 PM

"And 38,955 people had actually taken the next step of enrolling individually via MNsure in publicly subsidized or private market insurance plans and setting up online or mail-in payment."------ How many of those are private market plans? You know, the ones that are suppose to be taxed in order to pay MnSure's $60 million annual budget.

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Truckman182Dec. 18, 13 1:49 PM

Tried to fill out an application today. Halfway through it went kaput and gave an error message. No idea where my info went or who it went to. Not good.

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maxwellbayDec. 18, 13 2:09 PM

Obamacare WILL be repealed, so I would like you to focus on getting back our 170 million wasted tax dollars.

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A440Dec. 18, 13 2:14 PM

Strike 18!- Play ball!

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ubetcha101Dec. 18, 13 2:18 PM

Gee, i received my letter from Mnsure stating i was denied because I am not a Minnesota citizen!! Wow can't to tell my accountant. Can I use that letter for the mn department of revenue?

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EleanoreDec. 18, 13 2:27 PM

How can this guy fix problems that actually stem from the federal government ro private sector? Seems like a pretty bold statement to make with no chance of success on your own merit.

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