Friday, February 5, 2016

Health Insurance Marketplace Open Enrollment Snapshot

Health Insurance Marketplace Open Enrollment Snapshot

On January 31, Open Enrollment for 2016 coverage ended, with about 12.7 million plan selections through the Health Insurance Marketplaces. Of the 12.7 million consumers enrolling in Marketplace coverage, over 9.6 million came through the HealthCare.gov platform and 3.1 million selected a plan through State-based Marketplaces.


Of the 9.6 million consumers who got coverage through the HealthCare.gov platform, about 4.0 million are new consumers, which means about 42 percent of all plan selections were from new consumers. This does not include other new plan selections from State-based Marketplaces which will increase the total number of new consumers for 2016. In addition to the 4 million new HealthCare.gov consumers, about 3.9 million were returning Marketplace consumers who actively selected a plan and about 1.7 million were automatically enrolled by the Marketplace. 

HealthCare.gov State-by-State Snapshot

The Week 13 Snapshot provides cumulative individual plan selections for the states using the HealthCare.gov platform. States with the fastest rate of growth between Week 12 and Week 13 are Nevada (12%), Texas (11%) and Hawaii (10%). [Those states with the largest rate of growth increase between OE3 and OE2 are Oregon (31%), Utah (25%), Iowa (22%), South Dakota (22%) and Nevada (20%).]  

Week 13
Cumulative Plan Selections
Nov 1 – Feb 1
Utah
175,637

Information provided by
Office of the Regional Director, Region VIII
US Department of Health and Human Services

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