WI-FI has obtained new data showing the new Obamacare exchange is performing well, and Wisconsin Gov.
Scott Walker is set to sign it into law on Friday.
As Breitbart News reported, the new state exchange has more than 6 million enrollments.
A report by the Wisconsin Department of Health (WCDOH) released Wednesday shows that the exchange has been “operating well and achieving the goal of meeting its goals,” the report said.
The state health department estimated that the new exchange has met 1.6 million new enrollees, and has a net enrollment of 4.6.
That is a slight increase from the initial goal of 4 million.
The new state health exchange also has higher enrollment rates than the old one, according to the report.
A record 6.4 percent of all Wisconsin residents who signed up in 2017 are on the new Wisconsin health exchange, compared to 3.7 percent in the old exchange.
A whopping 84 percent of the people who signed-up in 2016 are now enrolled on the Wisconsin exchange, and the percentage is up to 87 percent in 2019.
In 2019, nearly 95 percent of new enrollers are Wisconsin residents, the report found.
Mike Pence is expected to sign the new health exchange into law, the WCDOH reported, and Walker will officially sign it on Friday, July 1.
The announcement comes after several months of uncertainty regarding the state’s Obamacare exchange, as the Republican governor pushed the new program through the state legislature and the legislature failed to pass legislation to make the program work.
The news comes as more than 1 million people in Wisconsin are eligible for Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, the state health program.
More than half of the Medicaid expansion participants have already enrolled in the state exchange.
The Wisconsin exchange was supposed to begin operating in October.
But the program’s rollout was delayed for a number of reasons, including the collapse of a key contractor.
It is unclear when the new rollout will begin, but Wisconsin Govs.
Scott and Jim Doyle have said the new system will be open in 2019 or 2020.
In November, Wisconsin Gov Wis.
Scott Wagner announced the state would end its exchange, saying it had reached the end of its road.
He also said he was “optimistic” that the state will be able to run a single-payer system.