WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- In its first two years, the Affordable Care Act has helped enroll nearly half a million New Yorkers in private health insurance plans, according to a story on capitalnewyork.com.
In New York, the new consumers, most of whom have help from federal subsidies to pay their premiums, have been a boon to insurers, which have seen their revenues grow and their stock prices soar, the story said.
Emblem Health captured 6 percent of the overall state market while United Healthcare grabbed 2 percent of the overall market.
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