More exchange numbers seep outNews added by Benefits Pro on November 19, 2013
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By Allison Bell

Managers of the Connecticut, Maryland and Washington exchanges have put out a little more information about their enrollment numbers.

Managers of Connecticut’s Access Health CT said their state-based exchange had now enrolled a total of 13,128 people as of the close of business Nov. 14.

The total number of enrollees has nearly doubled since October.

Connecticut exchange managers said they hope to start putting out bimonthly activity reports.

Managers of the Maryland Health Connection exchange said 53,499 residents had established identity-verified accounts as of Nov. 9, up from about 40,000 on Oct. 22.

The number of residents who have enrolled in private “qualified health plans” through the exchange increased to 1,743, from 1,282 on Nov. 2.

Maryland exchange managers said the new numbers aren’t directly compatible with old activity reports, because the exchange is now shifting to new reporting standards.

Managers of the Washington Healthplanfinder gave monthly totals, as well.

The exchange has completed a total of 55,367 enrollments, including 7,341 enrollments in QHPs. The other enrollments were for Medicaid coverage that will start immediately or Jan. 1.

The Washington state exchange has received a total of 58,140 completed applications.

See also:

White House releases enrollment numbers

Vermont, other states post exchange updates

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