Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace: Update on Activity. Delaware Health Care Commission, January 9, 2014 Secretary Rita Landgraf, Department of Health and Social Services. Agenda. Updates since last Health Care Commission meeting Enrollment activity Marketplace Guide update
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Delaware Health Care Commission, January 9, 2014
Secretary Rita Landgraf, Department of Health and Social Services
As of January 3, 2014, 4,241 Delawareans have gained access to health care coverage through expanded Medicaid and the Marketplace since October 1
Note that rounding may account for deviations from 100%
The most efficient “door” for Delawareans:
Insurers (>400% FPL)
Not-eligible for subsidies
Eligible for Federal Subsidies
ASSIST (<138% FPL or <212% for children and pregnant women)
As of January 7, 2014:
Between October 1 and December 31, 2013, Marketplace Guides have referred 298 consumers to Medicaid
Guides continue to focus the bulk of their efforts on meeting one-on-one with consumers to facilitate Marketplace applications and enrollments
Guide organizations have and will continue to offer larger scale enrollment events to connect with the maximum number of consumers possible
Please check www.ChooseHealthDE.com for the most up-to-date information about Marketplace Guide activities, including enrollment events
The table below provides links to each of the
Delaware QHP Insurance Company Customer Service Centers
Traffic from ChooseHealthDE.com to HealthCare.gov:
As of Jan. 6, 2014, ChooseHealthDE.com has directed 27,117 visits to HealthCare.gov.
A 26-year-old Newark woman, who isn’t offered insurance through her job, chose a catastrophic plan. She is excited that her PCP is in-network and that her co-pay for visits will be only $20. Her monthly premium is $134.
A 62-year-old Felton woman and her husband, who are self-employed and have individual insurance, met with a marketplace guide to look for “something more affordable.” She and her husband received a tax credit and are relieved to have new affordable insurance.
A 44-year-old New Castle man, who has been trying to enroll since Oct. 1, was able to enroll on Dec. 24.
A Delaware woman, who thought she had enrolled for medical and dental coverage Oct. 20 but whose enrollment became stuck, enrolled Dec. 20 with the help of Rep. John Carney’s office and a troubleshooting team from HHS.
A 26-year-old Wilmington woman, who works part-time at a hospital and is a UD nursing student, received a tax subsidy and will pay $100 a month. “I feel like the ACA was built for people like me,” she said.
One of Westside’s Guides enrolled herself and her 19-month-old daughter, who qualified for CHIP, in 15-20 minutes. The Guide, who will receive a $93 tax credit; will pay $138 a month.