Prasad Yarlagedda, left, showed Gov. Steve Beshear on Oct. 2, 2013, how the new Kynect health exchange kiosks worked at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital. Most Lexington hospitals signed up to inform people about their health insurance options. Photos by Mark Cornelison | Staff
Prasad Yarlagedda, left, showed Gov. Steve Beshear on Oct. 2, 2013, how the new Kynect health exchange kiosks worked at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital. Most Lexington hospitals signed up to inform people about their health insurance options. Photos by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald-Leader
Prasad Yarlagedda, left, showed Gov. Steve Beshear on Oct. 2, 2013, how the new Kynect health exchange kiosks worked at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital. Most Lexington hospitals signed up to inform people about their health insurance options. Photos by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald-Leader

Health care enrollment operates smoothly in Kentucky, but federal website remains problematic

October 21, 2013 12:35 PM

UPDATED October 22, 2013 03:06 AM

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