International Business Machines Corp. will pay Maryland $2.8 million to settle claims against the technology company related to the failed rollout of the state’s health exchange in 2013, the state attorney general’s office stated Friday. IBM, following its purchase of ...Read More »
High rate increase requests have left health insurance regulators in Maryland with this challenge: At a time when insurers are pulling out of the individual markets in state after state, how high can you allow them to raise their prices without inflicting ...Read More »
After two years and lower-than-anticipated use, Maryland officials are making changes to the state’s health insurance exchange for small businesses that they believe will make the system easier to use and more cost-effective. For its first two years, the Maryland Small Business ...Read More »
Maryland’s health insurance exchange is extending enrollment nearly two weeks for those who began applying by Sunday. The Maryland Health Connection announced the extension Sunday, which was to have been the last day of open enrollment for coverage starting April ...
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Maryland will abandon the underlying software used for the state’s malfunctioning health insurance exchange and replace it with a system used successfully in Connecticut, state officials decided Tuesday night.Read More »
More than two months after the launch of Maryland’s health insurance exchange, Lt. Governor Anthony Brown said at a press conference Tuesday that its performance continues to disappoint state officials but offered few specifics on how or when the website’s problems will be resolved.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland has received conditional approval by the federal government to operate a state-based health insurance exchange in 2014, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announced Monday. Maryland is among the first six states to get the approval. The Centers for ...Read More »