Officials racing to ready Minnesota’s health insurance exchange for open enrollment one month from now said Wednesday it’s a high-risk project because of tight timelines but they expect consumers will have a better experience than last year.
The insurance company with the lowest rates and most customers on Minnesota’s health care exchange has told state officials that it’s pulling out of MNsure for 2015. The decision by Golden Valley-based PreferredOne deals a major blow to the exchange as the next open enrollment period approaches.
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.
Last year Ania Ritter moved her first and third graders from a Minneapolis school to one in Bloomington. She said her neighborhood schools just aren’t meeting her kids’ academic needs.
Have you opened that giant envelope filled with health insurance, flex spending and life insurance choices? It’s open enrollment time when millions of Americans will choose which benefit programs to go into. Or not. What are the big things we should look for when we enroll?
So I’m looking at my 28 page “Healthy Choices For You” booklet (your CBS Health & Welfare Benefits Enrollment Guide), thinking: huh?
Chad welcomed Minneapolis Mayor RT Rybak to the show to discuss the changes going on at Block E… In the second half, he talked about the firing of the Richfield basketball coach, and the coach’s […]