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Md. health exchange extends coronavirus sign-up period as thousands enroll

Michele Eberle

Thousands of Marylanders are signing up for health insurance amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and the state’s health exchange Wednesday extended the window to allow more people to enroll. The state’s special enrollment period for the coronavirus will now run through ...

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Md. offers insurance enrollment period during coronavirus pandemic

Michele Eberle

Marylanders without health insurance have an extra opportunity to purchase it on the state’s individual market as the state offers a special enrollment period amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Maryland Health Benefit Exchange announced the extra enrollment period will begin ...

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Md. insurance exchange enrollment up slightly as premiums still falling

Michele Eberle, executive director of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange. (Tim Curtis / The Daily Record)

Enrollment in individual plans on Maryland’s health insurance market increased slightly for 2020 after premiums fell again. Total enrollments rose to 215,150, up 1 percent from last year. Enrollments on the state’s health exchange rose by 1,637 to 158,500.  The ...

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With lower rates, Md. health exchange hopes for enrollment surge

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The Maryland Health Benefit Exchange’s marketing strategy for the upcoming open enrollment period seems simple, considering historic rate decreases approved by regulators last week. “I just think there’s only one message this year, and that’s that prices are down,” state ...

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Md. benefit exchange approves plan on risk adjustments

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The board of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange voted Friday on a solution to an issue where the state’s new reinsurance program could cause duplicative payments under the Affordable Care Act’s risk adjustment program. Kaiser Permanente, one of the state’s ...

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