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Delaware state health insurance exchange
Choose Health Delaware is the state’s health insurance marketplace, which is operated as a state-federal partnership. Under the partnership model, Delaware has regulatory oversight of health plans operating on the exchange and handles consumer outreach functions. The federal government is responsible for determining who is eligible to purchase insurance and who qualifies for subsidies, enrolling […]
November 18, 2013
Associated Press — Just over 200 Delaware residents have created account and just four have completed the enrollment process. State officials attribute the extremely slow progress to problems with HealthCare.gov and delayed background checks for marketplace guides.
November 6, 2013
Delaware.newszap.com — The Delaware Department of Health and Social Service confirmed the state’s first official enrollee through the health insurance marketplace. Delaware’s marketplace is a partnership with the federal government, and state residents enroll through the federal site Healthcare.gov, which has been plagued with technical problems.
October 16, 2013
Delaware Newszap — Highmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield and two divisions of Coventry will sell health insurance on the new marketplace. Premiums for bronze plans, the least expensive option, will range from $193 to $250 a month.
September 20, 2013