Spanish-Speaking Texans Having Problems Navigating ObamaCare Website

‘The website translates “premium” into “prima”. But that Spanish word is more commonly used to mean a female cousin’

Spanish-Speaking Texans Having Trouble Navigating Obamacare Website (Washington Free Beacon)

The Obamacare Spanish version website, dubbed, is causing difficulty for Spanish-Speaking Texas Residents trying to enroll in the health exchange.

The website launched two months late. Prior to that, Spanish speaking Americans attempting to enroll in the health exchange had to use the English Obamacare website.

Elizabeth Colvin, Insurance Central Texas Director, told KTBC-TX: “It’s a very intimidating topic, and there are all these terms that people are not familiar with- deductible, copay, coinsurance, out-of-pocket maximum.”

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