“After months of deliberation and planning, this was a business decision that had to be made due to a number of significant factors including challenges in keeping premiums affordable, uncertainty around cost-sharing payments and the volatility around the individual market over which we have no control,” Smith said. “In the meantime, we plan to continue serving our current exchange members in all of our existing Utah counties through the end of this year.”
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