health care exchanges

8:05 pm
Sun December 7, 2014

More Insurers on Michigan Marketplace in 2015

Competition has brought prices down in some cases, but some plans will cost more
More insurers, more choices, more confusion - and a shorter time to sort it all out. That's what consumers are facing in the second year of the Michigan Health Insurance Marketplace, established under federal health reform. Enrollment began Nov. 15
3:30 pm
Tue October 22, 2013

Upton to hold hearing on 'botched' online health care exchange

U.S. Representative for Michigan and committee chairman Fred Upton criticized the exchange saying it is not fair to make taxpayers pay for an expensive and inaccessible system.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Calling the first weeks of the health-care rollout a "botched" effort, U.S. Rep. Fred Upton said the House Energy and Commerce Committee will hold hearings Thursday into the technological woes that have beset the federal government's online Marketplace since it went live Oct. 1.
7:02 am
Wed September 25, 2013

Policies on Michigan's health insurance exchange could cost less than other states

An estimated 1.4-million uninsured or under insured state residents can buy policies on the exchange through the end of March
Michiganders shopping for insurance on the Michigan Health Insurance Marketplace beginning next Tuesday will spend less than much of the country, a possible result of competition drawn to the state exchange. In Michigan, the lowest prices for three categories of policies, called bronze, silver and gold, all came in lower than the national average, according to a federal analysis released today.