Health Insurance Exchange
The Minnesota has passed a bill establishing Minnesota’s health insurance exchange, with its sponsor calling it the most substantial changes to state healthcare policy in 50 years.
Minnesota lawmakers are getting ready to vote on the bill that will create the state’s version of a health insurance exchange, a way for uninsured people to obtain health coverage that’s a centerpiece of the Obama administration’s health care overhaul.
Minnesota’s health insurance exchange has launched a new web site to connect with more than 1 million Minnesotans who are expected to use the new marketplace to get coverage.
The federal government has given Minnesota a $39 million grant to continue developing the health insurance exchange that’s a major part of the Obama administration’s health care overhaul.
A series of websites that will simulate an idea of what Minnesota’s future health insurance marketplace could look like will be unveiled Monday.