Skip to comments.Massachusetts Health Connector website may not be completed by June
Posted on 02/27/2014 5:56:44 PM PST by matt04
Massachusetts Health Connector officials acknowledged on Thursday that the states health exchange website may not be fully functional by June the date by which approximately 200,000 state-subsidized health insurance plans will expire.
All of those individuals will have to move to new plans, which are approved under the guidelines of the Affordable Care Act, by June 30. But they may or may not be able to use the state website to enroll in those plans.
Were about to hit March. June 30 is not very far away, Sarah Iselin, a special assistant to Gov. Deval Patrick overseeing fixes to the Health Connector website, told reporters. Putting all of our eggs in the basket of assuming were going to have a fully functional (Health Insurance Exchange) to effectuate the transition of people from Commonwealth Care and out of transitional coverage, and to be able to use the website to do that, does not feel like a low risk proposition to me.
Iselin told the Health Connector board at a meeting that she aspires to have a fully functional website by June. But, she said, Were still doing a deep dive to assess will we or wont we have that as a tool to use between now and the end of June.
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What are they talking about? The Mass Connector site has been up for years.
Is that an east coast word? Same root as effeminate?
LIBs/DIMs are insane.