Connecticut’s Access Health CT Enrolled 86,000 Since October

By | January 17, 2014

Access Health CT, Connecticut’s health insurance marketplace, says it has so far enrolled 86,000 people in private health care plans and Medicaid since open enrollment began in October.

Chief Executive Kevin Counihan said Thursday the exchange is adding 500 to 1,000 enrollees a day and is on track for meeting or exceeding a goal of enrolling 100,000 people once open enrollment ends on March 31.

Of those 86,000, 52 percent signed up for private coverage and 48 percent for government-funded Medicaid.

Access Health CT is expecting another enrollment surge at the end of March. Chief Operating Officer Peter Van Loon said efforts are underway to address lengthy wait times for the call center. He said the vendor is increasing staff from 100 to 300.

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  • January 17, 2014 at 11:46 pm
    Dabear666 says:
    Since CT is a little over one percent of the US population and the overall goal was 7 million excl. Medicaid, wouldn't the CT goal of 100k more likely have been excl. of Medic... read more
  • January 17, 2014 at 4:53 pm
    Agent says:
    Perplexed, we don't call him Planet from another Planet for nothing. He is also a Progressive troll and makes many posts that defy any understanding. One of my favorites is ... read more
  • January 17, 2014 at 3:09 pm
    Perplexed says:
    Captain, you are a special kind of stupid. Didn't you read the part about how many of those people enrolled are on the government teat?
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