Friday, October 30, 2015

I see, er, insure, Dead People

Actually, this is a great idea:

"An audit by the State Comptroller’s Office has revealed that hundreds of dead people were enrolled in New York’s health exchange, with nearly two dozen of them enrolling after death."

Point 1: Dead people Metabolically-challenged citizens (MCCs) have historically filed the fewest claims of any demographic.

Point 2: Is it their fault that they (presumably) died while waiting for the site to let them proceed?

Point 3: MCCs are also the least likely to complain about bare-bones (sorry!) policies and skinny networks.

All-in-all, win-win.
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