The 2017 open enrollment period for individual coverage has now ended. The figures below represent the latest data on exchange enrollment for states that operate State-based Marketplaces (SBMs) or State-based Marketplaces on the federal platform (SBM-FPs).
[i] “Covered California Finishes Fourth Open Enrollment with More Than 412, 000 New Consumers and Strong Participation from Young Enrollees” February 6, 2017 at http://news.coveredca.com/2017/02/covered-california-finishes-fourth-open.html
[ii]As reported to NASHP by Connect for Health Colorado
[iii] Access Health CT 2017 Enrollment Report. Data as of January 31, 2017. Report submitted to NASHP on February 6, 2017
[iv] As reported to NASHP by DC Health Link on February 7, 2017.
[v] Your Health Idaho, “Your Health Idaho Finishes 2017 Open Enrollment with Record Numbers.” February 8, 2017 at https://www.yourhealthidaho.org/wp-content/uploads/News-Release_End-of-2017-OE.pdf
[vi]Maryland Healthbenefit Exchange “Nearly 158,000 Marylanders Enrolled in Health Coverage through the State Marketplace.” February 1, 2017 http://www.marylandhbe.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/020117_OE4Count.pdf
[vii] As reported to the CCA Connector Board and to NASHP by the Massachusetts Health Connector, February 3, 2017
[viii] MNsure, as reported during press conference February 9, 2017
[ix] NY State of Health, “NY State of Health Announces Enrollment Surges: More Than 3.6 Million New Yorkers Secure Health Coverage.” February 1, 2017 at https://www.health.ny.gov/press/releases/2017/2017-02-01_nysoh_enrollment_surges.htm
[x] Number of plan selections as reported by HealthSource RI on February 10, 2017. Rhode Island anticipates these number will change as payments are made through the February 23 payment deadline and also as HealthSource RI remedies account issues incurred during the open enrollment period partially due to system issues that prevented customers from enrolling during the Open Enrollment period. Just before the start of open enrollment, Rhode Island launched a new integrated eligibility system to improve the way it delivers health and human services programs. In the long run, the new system will make it easier for Rhode Islanders to get the benefits they need, but in the short term, this new technology presented challenges. HealthSource RI is continuing to help customers enroll if they experienced a technical or access issue due to this new system. It is expected that when those issues are resolved there will be a rise in HealthSource RI’s total enrollment numbers.
[xi] ASPE “2017 Marketplace Open Enrollment Period: January Health Plan Selections by Zip Code.” January 10, 2017 at https://www.cms.gov/Research-Statistics-Data-and-Systems/Statistics-Trends-and-Reports/Marketplace-Products/Plan_Selection_ZIP.html
[xii] Washington Healthplanfinder, “Washington Healthplanfinder Surpasses 225,000 Sign-Ups, Biggest Year on Record,” February 2, 2017 at https://www.wahbexchange.org/washington-healthplanfinder-surpasses-225000-sign-ups-biggest-year-record/
[xiii] Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services “Biweekly enrollment snapshot” February 3, 2017 at https://www.cms.gov/Newsroom/MediaReleaseDatabase/Fact-sheets/2017-Fact-Sheet-items/2017-02-03.html