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Maryland officials to discuss signing up for health care

December 6, 2017

Washington Post Associated Press December 5, 2017 ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland officials calling attention to some events to help people sign up for health care this weekend. Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch, officials with the NAACP and the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange are highlighting a series of “last chance” events to help Marylanders enroll during […]... Read more »

Media Advisory

December 5, 2017

Press conference at 11am Tuesday, Dec. 5 at the Annapolis office of MedChi, to announce a series of "Last Chance" events to help Marylanders enroll in health insurance during the weekend of Dec. 8-10.... Read more »

On health care, state lawmakers grapple with uncertainty

August 3, 2017

She also warned that if these issues aren’t resolved, people would likely lose their health insurance.... Read more »

Health exchange looks to enroll 150,000 in private plans in 2016

October 20, 2015

A series of focus groups conducted by Annapolis-based OpinionWorks in July [funded by Health Care for All!] found that prospective enrollees want more in-person aid to navigate the plans and help signing up.... Read more »

Number of uninsured in Maryland, nation declines

September 17, 2015

Uninsured rate in Maryland drops to 7.9 percent.... Read more »

Just Released: US Census Data Shows Positive Impact of Affordable Care Act Across The Country

September 16, 2015

“We are seeing the lowest percentage of uninsured Americans in generations, and over 600,000 Marylanders alone have gained coverage they and their families so desperately required,” said Vincent DeMarco, President of the Maryland Citizens’ Health Initiative. ... Read more »

Supreme Court upholds Obamacare subsidies

June 26, 2015

"Now that the outcome of King v. Burwell is clear, we must not forget the many thousands of Marylanders who still lack access to quality, affordable health insurance," DeMarco said.... Read more »

Maryland Reacts to Supreme Court upholding Affordable Care Act subsidies

"The rest of America can rest easy that their health care would not be undermined," DeMarco said. ... Read more »

Letter to the Editor, Baltimore Sun

March 30, 2015

Baltimore Sun March 30, 2015 Deep in The Sun’s article about the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange’s use of federal money (“Health signup billing faulted,” March 27), is the terrific fact that the uninsured rate in Maryland has dropped from 12.9 percent to 7.3 percent thanks to the Affordable Care Act. This means that hundreds of […]... Read more »

Keys Player Records Radio Spot To Urge Marylanders To Sign Up For Health Coverage

December 8, 2014

WFMD December 5, 2014 The Frederick Keys are helping out with a campaign to encourage more Marylanders to sign up for health insurance coverage. Shortstop Adrian Marin has recorded a radio spot urging residents to call 211 to get information on low cost or no cost health insurance plans. “We at Maryland Health Care For […]... Read more »