SoloHealth owns 3,500 health screening kiosks like this one in San Francisco. In some states, the company sells customer contact information to insurers. April Dembosky hide caption

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After Checking Blood Pressure, Kiosks Give Sales Leads To Insurers

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O'Connor Hospital in San Jose, Calif., is encouraging uninsured patients to sign up for coverage in the emergency room. Sarah Varney for NPR hide caption

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California Hospital Workers Pitch Obamacare To ER Patients

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California County Pushes Drugmakers To Pay For Pill Waste

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Martha Castro lives on the streets in Los Angeles' Skid Row neighborhood. She's still resistant to the idea that she can now get health coverage because of California's expansion of Medicaid. Anna Gorman/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Obamacare Brings Medicaid To Skid Row's 'Ugly Reality'

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Food banks have become a primary source of nutrition for rural farmworker communities in the Central Valley. Scott Anger/KQED hide caption

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Amid Fields Of Plenty, A Farmworker's Wife Struggles To Feed Her Family

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Shoppers get ready to pay at Costco Wholesale in Mountain View, Calif. For the next couple of weeks, Californians whose insurance was canceled have some unusual options, including an Aetna plan available only at Costco. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Amid insurance cancellations, some people are finding better coverage through Covered California, the state's health exchange. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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These Californians Greeted Canceled Health Plans With Smiles

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Edward Avalos, one of the first certified enrollment specialists in California, is a very busy man. Sarah Varney/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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California Trains Helpers To Meet Demand For Health Insurance

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Brad Stevens used to think he didn't need health insurance. Sarah Varney hide caption

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Medicaid Looks Good To A Former Young Invincible

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An employee of Covered California works in the newly opened call center in Rancho Cordova, Calif. Covered California is the state's new health insurance exchange. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Small Businesses May Find Insurance Relief In Exchanges

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Onita Sanders (right), a certified application counselor at the Southeastern Virginia Health System, helps Virginia resident Brenda Harrell with health coverage options at Enrollfest in Hampton, Va., on Tuesday. Jenny Gold for NPR hide caption

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Obamacare Day One: A Tale Of Two States

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Sen. Ted Cruz, worked a rare Senate overnight shift as he kept up a lengthy diatribe against Obamacare (with many digressions.) Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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