Online Health Care Exchange
Gov. Mark Dayton announced Tuesday he is pushing to release prices for the state’s health insurance exchange on Oct. 1, more than six weeks before Minnesotans can start picking more plans — and a month before they head to the polls.
Minnesota’s online health insurance marketplace has launched a campaign aimed at making sure young adults don’t lose coverage when they graduate from college. MNsure CEO Scott Leitz says many graduating students will lose the health insurance they have through their schools.
Minnesota’s online health insurance marketplace announced Deloitte Consulting on Wednesday as the lead manager to overhaul its troubled website and computer systems, citing the company’s record of success in other states. MNsure’s contract with Deloitte is worth $4.95 million and will run for nine months.
Minnesota’s online health care exchange is turning to star-power to get so-called “young invincibles” to sign up for health insurance. The deadline to enroll with MNsure, as required by the Affordable Care Act is a week from Monday, March 31.
More than 100,000 Minnesotans have now enrolled in health insurance using the state’s online exchange. MNsure said Friday the enrollment milestone is a good sign as the agency works to get people signed up under the federal health care law.