The HIX market has undergone a facelift over the past year in some states where hopes are running high that a 2.0 reboot will be just what the doctor ordered.

While Oregon and Nevada folded their respective state-run exchanges in favor of, Maryland and Massachusetts paid a high price for replacing their technology contractors. The Bay State also toyed over the summer with a switch to the federally facilitated marketplace, but ended up correcting glitches to its own exchange – a fix that soared to $254 million from an estimated price-tag of $174 million.

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