The state of Maryland says 289,131 residents enrolled in health care in the second sign up period.
Nearly 52,000 people have enrolled for health coverage in Maryland since the second enrollment period began last month, the state’s health care exchange said Friday.
Maryland is opening its newly designed health exchange website this weekend, but only for people to shop around for insurance plans as the state aims to bounce back from last year’s bedeviling computer problems.
Federal officials are visiting Bowie State University to promote “My Brother’s Keeper,” President Barack Obama’s initiative to improve the lives of young men of color.
State officials plan to contact tens of thousands of Maryland residents who need to re-enroll in health insurance plans under the federal health care law as the state transitions to a revamped system, replacing its flawed website for the next open enrollment period that starts in November.
A Maryland Congressman says subpoenas are being issued in a federal investigation into Maryland’s health exchange. He believes there was fraud in the system that cost taxpayers millions but didn’t work right at the start.
Hood College President Ronald Volpe says he’s stepping down after leading the private, liberal-arts school in Frederick through 14 years of change and growth.
Newly released figures show that Maryland fell far short of projections enrolling residents for private insurance through its troubled health exchange, even as national enrollment figures exceed expectations.
University of Maryland University College is aiming to boost enrollment with a tuition discount for out-of-state federal employees and their families.
Prince George’s County schools are seeing an enrollment bump, reversing declines over the last decade.
Hundreds of millions of dollars were invested into Maryland’s problem-plagued health care website. Now state officials have announced an upgrade to the site–but it comes with a hefty price tag.
Marylanders are just hours away from the deadline to enroll in affordable health care. It was a busy weekend for the Maryland Health Connection.