Most of those eligible for health insurance subsidies under the Affordable Care Act failing to claim them, according to a new study. Researchers with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Urban Institute estimated that more than 24 million people were eligible for ObamaCare tax credits last year. By March, only 41 percent of them had selected a plan on a government insurance exchange. By June, the study said, just 35 percent of them had actually enrolled. “We need perhaps twice as many people signing up in order to be assured of getting a good spread of risk, and therefore, a sustainable cost for people,” said Robert Laszewski, the president of Health Policy Strategy Associates. Read article and watch the video here.