Monthly Archives: December, 2014

  1. 87 percent of health plan enrollees have qualified for financial assistance

    Nearly 6.5 million people selected a plan or were automatically re-enrolled across the country since open enrollment began Nov. 15, according to a report released today by the U.S. Department… Read More

  2. Digging into enrollment data

    As Christopher Connelly reported recently on WYPR, greater data analysis is where the future lies for helping close the health coverage gap in Maryland and elsewhere. This is still a… Read More

  3. 2014 Annual Report about Maryland Health Connection

    Here’s an online link to our 2014 annual report, which details the progress for Maryland’s health insurance marketplace during the past year.┬áThe Maryland Health Benefit Exchange Act of 2011 requires… Read More

  4. Three things you need to know if you missed the deadline

    If you missed the Dec. 18 deadline to enroll, here are 3 things you need to know: You can still buy coverage now that starts Feb. 1. Your health coverage… Read More

  5. Clutch hit for health care

    The Maryland Health Care for All! Coalition today joined with the Frederick Keys, the Baltimore Orioles’ Class A minor-league team, to announce a new radio ad campaign in English and… Read More

  6. Serving the uninsured in Maryland

    Tip of the cap to Elizabeth Lukanen, a senior research fellow at the University of Minnesota for the┬áState Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC), who provided us these maps. They… Read More