House report raises concerns about navigator program

The Obama administration's Affordable Care Act navigators program lacks security measures and leaves consumers open to fraud and scams, a House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform report says. Some states require criminal background checks or training and licensing beyond federal requirements. Administration officials are scheduled to meet this week to discuss security concerns associated with health insurance exchanges.

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