Marketplace Enrollment Maps

We welcome and encourage you to use this information to better understand where consumers enrolled in marketplace coverage in your community.

The maps and data are presented here to help facilitate outreach, and they are not meant to show the exact number of people who enrolled.

Enrollment Counts and Breakdowns by County for the Third Open Enrollment Period (2016)

Updated September 2016

What do these maps show?

The maps show information on the number of individuals who enrolled in marketplace plans between November 1, 2015, and February 1, 2016, in the 38 states that used HealthCare.gov as an enrollment platform, and have a non-canceled marketplace plan that includes March 2016 coverage.

Where do the data in these maps come from?

The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE), in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), released data on the number of consumers who selected marketplace plans by county for states that used the HealthCare.gov enrollment platform. These numbers are available on ASPE’s website.

What do these maps not show?

The maps do not show information on consumers enrolled in health coverage through state-based marketplaces, public insurance programs (including Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program [CHIP], and Medicare), or other private insurance (including off-marketplace non-group insurance and employer-sponsored coverage).

The maps do not show information on counties with 10 or fewer enrollments. ASPE excluded these numbers for privacy reasons. Counties without data account for less than 0.01 percent of the total 9.63 million plan selections.

The maps do not show information on the number of individuals who canceled their plans after February 1, 2016.

Lastly, the maps do not show information on the prior insurance status of enrollees, and cannot be used to estimate an increase or decrease in the number uninsured individuals.

 

To view enrollment counts and breakdowns by county for the second open enrollment period, click here.

Comparison of Enrollments by County from the Second to the Third Open Enrollment Period 

Updated January 2016

What do these maps show?

The maps show information on the change in the number of marketplace plan selections by county from the Second Open Enrollment period to the Third Open Enrollment Period.

Where do the data in these maps come from?

The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE), in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), released data on the number of consumers who selected marketplace plans by county for states that used the healthcare.gov enrollment platform. Data for the number of plan selections during the Second Open Enrollment Period and Third Open Enrollment Period are available on ASPE’s website.

What do these maps not show?

The maps do not show information on consumers enrolled in health coverage through state-based marketplaces, public insurance programs (including Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program [CHIP], and Medicare), or other private insurance (including off-marketplace non-group insurance and employer-sponsored coverage).

The maps do not show information on counties with 10 or fewer enrollments. ASPE excluded these numbers for privacy reasons. The maps do not show information on the number of individuals who canceled their plans after the end of each Open Enrollment Period.

Lastly, the maps do not show information on the prior insurance status of enrollees, and cannot be used to estimate an increase or decrease in the number of uninsured individuals.

 

To view enrollments as proportion of the population during the second open enrollment period, click here.

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