This is starting to appear to be a trend:
The Silver State Health Insurance Exchange board voted unanimously Tuesday to end its relationship with Xerox, the vendor contracted in 2012 to build the exchange’s Nevada Health Link website.
In place of Xerox, the exchange will adopt the federal Healthcare.gov exchange’s eligibility and enrollment functions for the sign-up period that begins Nov. 15, though it will keep its status and funding as a state-controlled system. The exchange will also issue a request for proposals to evaluate replacement systems in coming years. A new platform could come from a state with a functional marketplace, or from a vendor with a similar, proven program.
…This would probably be a bad time to note that the entire federal exchange subsidy thing hinges on a couple of critical court cases, right? Not that any sane person should ever be totally confident in predicting how the Supreme Court will rule on things, of course. And that’s a problem with two edges.
Via Hot Air.