Brokers continue to be a pivotal resource for individuals enrolling in health care coverage on the marketplaces setup under the Affordable Care Act, with some brokers saying in 2015 they helped more than 100 individuals enroll in health care coverage on the marketplaces.

Sixty percent of brokers say they helped up to 50 marketplace consumers during the 2015 ACA open enrollment period, while 20% of brokers said they helped more than 100, according to the 2015 Kaiser Foundation Survey of Health Insurance Marketplace Assister Programs and Brokers. On average, brokers report helping about 140 consumers, both in and outside of the marketplace, with eligibility and enrollment during the second open enrollment period, according to the survey.

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