Maryland official says a computer glitch with Connecticut’s health exchange will be corrected in the version Maryland will be using.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown’s bid to become Maryland’s next governor has received wide backing from federal, state and local Maryland political leaders, as well as a long list of endorsements from a variety of organizations.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown faced more questions about his role in Maryland’s badly flawed health exchange website Monday night during a Democratic primary debate.
Newly released figures show that Maryland fell far short of projections enrolling residents for private insurance through its troubled health exchange, even as national enrollment figures exceed expectations.
A breakdown of spending on Maryland’s troubled health exchange shows that more than $90 million of the nearly $130 million cost so far has gone toward technology expenses.
Maryland auditors say a review of the state’s badly flawed health exchange website is limited and does not provide a complete understanding of decisions that were made.
States that have experienced technical problems running their own health care enrollment websites are getting some help from the Obama administration.
Maryland’s health secretary says the state is actively looking at alternative options to using the state’s troubled health exchange for a signup period in November.
Two Democratic candidates for governor of Maryland have offered some thoughts on how to address the state’s troubled health exchange.
The Maryland Senate has given final approval to a bill to help people who could not enroll in a private health plan on Maryland’s health exchange website due to computer problems last year.