The New York Times
Lisa Stein, a vice president at Seedco, a nonprofit group that works with local partners to enroll people through the exchanges in Georgia, Maryland, New York and Tennessee, said the second enrollment period had gone far more smoothly than the first.
“Last year we were building the ship and sailing it at the same time,” Ms. Stein said. “Having some experience, some data and some time to do analysis and planning really allowed us to go out there like gangbusters this time.”
Ms. Stein said that one area that had seen a major increase in enrollment over the last few months was Gwinnett County, Ga., where community groups worked with Seedco to sign up Vietnamese and Hispanic immigrants, gay men and lesbians, and patients at hospitals.