The General Assembly is on its way to the rescue of hundreds of Marylanders locked out of the health care exchange by computer glitches.
Maryland health officials are blaming a programming error for causing some Medicaid enrollment packages to be sent to the wrong address.
Top state leaders are attempting to make up for the time lost by customers who couldn’t get online in time to sign up on the state health insurance exchange.
Maryland’s health secretary said Monday night that an agreement has been reached to retroactively provide health insurance to people who had computer problems when trying to enroll in the state’s troubled online insurance exchange.
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Democratic and Republican critics of Maryland’s health exchange are urging state officials to consider other options to signing up state residents for health care plans.
The city of Hagerstown is asking citizens to commit to 100 miles of exercise in 100 days.
Maryland health officials said Friday that enrollment in private health insurance on the state exchange increased by more than 50 percent during the third week of December, totaling 11,715 signups since the website launched in October.
A state study of the possible public health effects of natural gas drilling in far western Maryland will be broad in scope but won’t recommend for or against hydraulic fracturing, the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene said Tuesday.