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Kevin Counihan, CEO of Access Health, CT told Sterns: “We are trying to make this like a retail experience. To be frank, we really try to model a lot that we do off Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). We are trying to make this like a retail experience. To be frank, we really try to model a lot that we do off Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)… We’ve had about 16,800 people visit the store and over.”
Counihan tells Sterns that he is hoping he could outsource the entire exchange to other states.