Most states are still lagging when it comes to sign-ups under President Barack Obama’s health care law, but an Associated Press analysis of numbers reported Wednesday finds a dozen high-achievers getting ahead of the game.
The General Assembly is on its way to the rescue of hundreds of Marylanders locked out of the health care exchange by computer glitches.
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.
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.
Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.
Growing confusion. One day after the president accepts blame for the botched roll-out of the Affordable Care Act, states such as Maryland are now facing a tough decision.
Officials say more than 13,000 residents have created accounts on Maryland’s online marketplace for health insurance.
Thirteen carriers have been approved to sell health benefit plans to small businesses through the new exchange, state health officials said Tuesday.
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