Today we are highlighting the successes of one state-based marketplace: Washington.
The health insurance marketplaces launched October 1, and Kentucky’s state-based marketplace (SBM), Kynect, has been highlighted as a unique success story.
We learned of some new features on Healthcare.gov, such as an expanded plan compare tool that allows consumers to see summary of benefits, formularies, and provider networks even before a consumer completes the application! And we’re hearing that Healthcare.gov is working more smoothly for consumers.
Our Presumptive Eligibility Toolkit has been updated to reflect some exciting new developments!
CMS is reporting that the number of people determined eligible for Medicaid during October was more than 1.46 million, or roughly 19 percent of those estimated to enroll during the entire 6 month open enrollment period.
This week, our Get Covered America campaign is launching a 'Coverage Is Coming' outreach push as we count down the days until the first enrollment deadline: December 23.
The word is getting out! More and more uninsured consumers are becoming aware of their new health insurance options, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation’s latest tracking poll.
Today we learned that the deadline for consumers to enroll in coverage beginning January 1 has been extended to December 23 from the original December 15 deadline. Consumers will now have additional time to look at plans and decide which plan works for them and their families.
Are you part of the 13 percent?
That’s how many Americans realize that the number of uninsured children has actually declined in the past five years, according to a new poll from Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families (CCF).