Affordable Care Act

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
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9:17 am
Mon November 24, 2014

WSW: Open Enrollment Underway for Affordable Care Act

Bronson Hospital - file photo
Credit WMUK

The second open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act is underway. 

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7:59 pm
Sun November 9, 2014

Next Open Enrollment Begins Soon in Michigan

As of Friday, 17 carriers were offering policies
Open enrollment of federal health reform's centerpiece - health plans for the uninsured and the underinsured on state marketplaces - opens Saturday with more companies and more than twice as many plans in Michigan. In many cases, premium costs have fallen, on the Michigan Health Insurance Marketplace, or state exchange, driven down by a crowded marketplace, according to agents, consumer advocates and insurers.
7:34 am
Fri September 26, 2014

Michigan Medicaid Enrollment Tops 400,000

State had estimated more than 470,000 people to enroll, but not for several years
Lansing - More than 400,000 Michigan residents have signed up for the state's expanded Medicaid program as of Thursday, nearly the number that were expected to enroll over several years. The Michigan Department of Community Health announced Thursday that the number of people now enrolled in the Healthy Michigan Plan, the state's expanded Medicaid program, reached 400,761 enrollees.
7:31 am
Mon September 22, 2014

Group Says 64,000 Michigan Residents Are Eligible to Enroll in "Obamacare" Early

Open enrollment is scheduled to begin in November
LANSING, MI -- Michiganders were bombarded by news stories and "get covered" efforts nearly a year ago, but many didn't realize that if certain events happened in their lives they could enroll for so-called "Obamacare" at times outside of the annual push.