Monthly Archives: August, 2015

  1. Maryland’s broker-consumer “BATphone” pilot getting industry attention

    The Maryland health exchange’s pilot program to route some consumer calls directly to brokers — known as the Broker Assistance Transfer or “BATphone” program — has received some attention in… Read More

  2. Help shape the future of the Connector program

    Here’s your chance to give us your thoughts and opinions on our Connector Program. Take this survey and let us know your preferences. Purpose The Maryland Health Benefit Exchange is… Read More

  3. 600,000 enrolled through MarylandHealthConnection.gov

    As of Aug. 13th, 606,226 Marylanders have enrolled in quality, affordable health coverage for 2015 through Maryland’s state-based insurance marketplace. That includes 123,673 people enrolled in private Qualified Health Plans (QHP)… Read More

  4. New studies show progress in covering the uninsured in Maryland

    Maryland is making substantial improvement in getting health coverage for the uninsured, by various measures. The rate of uninsured in Maryland dropped from 12.9 percent in 2013 to 7 percent… Read More