State officials are reminding Minnesotans to sign up through the state’s health insurance exchange by Dec. 15 to ensure they’re covered at the start of the New Year. MNsure is preparing for a rush of web traffic ahead of the Monday deadline, increasing call center hours to handle consumers looking to avoid a lapse in coverage.
The operators of Minnesota’s state-run health exchange say a little more than 200,000 people have signed up for coverage through the exchange.
A total of 169,251 Minnesota residents signed up for health insurance coverage by the end of the first open enrollment period, state officials said Tuesday, exceeding the goal set after the troubled launch of the website in October.
A week from Monday is the deadline for signing up for insurance under Obamacare. Despite early problems, the state of Minnesota’s health exchange, MNsure, says it is seeing a huge surge of people signing up.
If you are not assured by promises of a highly secure government exchange to buy health insurance, skip it.
People in southeast Minnesota who hope to use the state’s new insurance exchange to get coverage will soon have more coverage options.
Officials with Minnesota’s new online health insurance marketplace say the system is running smoothly after a bumpy start Tuesday.
Don’t expect that a flood of uninsured Minnesotans will immediately sign up for health coverage on Tuesday, the day that MNsure.com opens for business.
An employee of Minnesota’s health insurance exchange no longer works there after releasing private information about insurance agents. MNsure executive director April Todd-Malmlov told the agency’s board of directors Friday that the employee violated internal policy by storing unencrypted personal information about Minnesota insurance agents on a computer desktop.
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Gov. Mark Dayton’s administration says it picked a Virginia-based government services company for a $41 million contract to develop the online health insurance marketplace required by the federal health care overhaul.
Minnesota is getting $4.2 million to develop a health insurance exchange, a major feature of the federal health care overhaul.