ST. PAUL (WCCO) — A series of websites that will simulate an idea of what Minnesota’s future health insurance marketplace could look like will be unveiled Monday.

The Minnesota-Made Health Insurance Exchange will go live for public evaluation at noon, giving the public a chance to give their feedback and input into the new components.

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The health insurance exchange is a site where people can find, compare, select and purchase health care coverage.

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A few sample websites will be released on the Minnesota Department of Commerce website, after asking for proposals in June.

Ceridian, Curam, Deloitte, GetInsured.com and MAXIMUS/Connecture are among the vendors who have submitted modules.

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The sample modules will be open for review until the end of January 2012.