About 170,000 Washington residents bought insurance through the state health care exchange during open enrollment that ended last week, officials reported Wednesday.
The Washington health exchange, which signed up another 20,000 people for private health insurance over the weekend, announced Monday it would be giving people two more months to enroll.
The Washington health exchange on Thursday was 81,000 people short of its enrollment goal for the period with just over a week remaining for signups.
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Officials at the exchange are hoping to have all the problems fixed by Aug. 1.
Gov. John Kitzhaber said Thursday he’s seeking a lawsuit against Oracle Corp. over Oregon’s online health insurance enrollment system, the failure of which embarrassed the state and resulted in multiple investigations
Four more companies want to join the state’s health insurance exchange and one has applied to sell health insurance in the individual market outside the state-run exchange.
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For children, those younger than 19, dental care is a pediatric service that must be covered as an essential benefit.