Affordable Care Act changeover strands ‘health care orphans’

Beverly Maturro, of Massapequa, was among thousands of

Beverly Maturro, of Massapequa, was among thousands of so-called health care orphans. (January 10, 2014 6:41 PM)

Thousands of Americans known as health insurance "orphans" have signed up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act but may not be able to use it. The government has a record that the so-called orphans enrolled, but insurers do not. Those thousands include Beverly Maturro, of Massapequa. Maturro was diagnosed with cancer in September and upgraded to a higher tier insurance plan with...

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