The clock is ticking. As the deadline to enroll in Obamacare looms, many Marylanders still haven’t signed up.
A Republican Maryland congressman says he believes the investigative arm of Congress should look into problems with the state’s health care exchange website.
A Maryland lawmaker on Tuesday renewed a call for an investigation into the state’s defective health care exchange with a focus on the procurement process of the exchange’s board, which has approved multimillion dollar contracts.
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.
Gov. Martin O’Malley declares the state’s health care exchange “functional,” a huge step up from the admitted “big mess” that it was on Oct. 1.
Maryland’s top doc says he’s not satisfied with the operation of the state’s health exchange.
Under mounting pressure, the president announces changes to the Affordable Care Act. The move would allow extensions for people who were dropped by their plans.
The numbers are in, and they’re not looking good. Enrollment in the Affordable Care Act is marginal compared to expectations.
The best place in America to be a woman is Maryland. One group says our state has the biggest opportunities for high-level jobs, money and health care.
The Affordable Care Act already has brought big changes to the U.S. health care system.
Baltimore has seen strong job growth in several sectors including construction and professional and business over the past year.
Sen. Ben Cardin is scheduled to talk about upcoming changes with the implementation of health care reform.