Over the last two weeks, Connecticut’s health insurance exchange has helped another 1,400 low-income individuals transition from their state-sponsored Medicaid plans as they prepare to lose them after July 31st.
As deadline looms, 15 percent losing Medicaid find new coverage
Connecticut’s health insurance exchange announced Thursday about 15 percent of low-income parents set to lose their state-sponsored Medicaid coverage at the end of July have transitioned to new insurance plans. Officials expect about 14,000 parents to lose their HUSKY A coverage.
State health exchange considers new transition fairs, adds hours
One week after the first pair of transition enrollment fairs drew just one attendee, Connecticut’s health insurance exchange announced Wednesday it plans to keep future fairs open for an additional hour and will consider scheduling new ones.
How much did Medicaid grow under Obamacare? Not as much as you’d think
Connecticut’s health insurance exchange says 129,588 people signed up for Medicaid from Oct. 1 through March 31. But figures from the state Department of Social Services show that enrollment in Medicaid grew by just over half that amount.
CT Medicaid enrollment at record high under Obamacare
Nearly one in five state residents is now covered by the Medicaid program, according to figures from the state Department of Social Services.