Many exchange budgets are being cut at the same time states are struggling to reach their remaining uninsured, and some are looking to brokers to provide assistance in filling that gap.

In Maryland, reaching the uninsured is a “huge challenge,” and that population — almost all whom have never had coverage — wants to pick up a phone and talk to folks, said Carolyn Quattrocki, executive director of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange at the World Health Care Congress Monday in Washington.

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