Second consecutive year of reductions in health insurance rates In a year when the nation’s attention is firmly focused on healthcare and its costs, Delaware Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro has announced another reduction in rates on the Delaware Health Insurance Marketplace. Despite insurer costs related to COVID-19 testing and treatment, Commissioner Navarro negotiated an average […]
With the state’s new reinsurance program in place and premiums declining, Delawareans are urged to take another look at marketplace plans during open enrollment for 2020 coverage.
NEW CASTLE (Dec. 13, 2018) – Delawareans have just days left to sign up for or to change their health coverage for 2019 through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Open enrollment ends on Dec. 15, with coverage for those who enroll by that date and who pay their first premium beginning Jan. 1, 2019. State residents […]
NEW CASTLE (Dec. 22, 2017) – Despite significant challenges to enrollment, almost 25,000 Delawareans signed up for coverage for 2018 on Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace. The enrollment total was about 10 percent lower than the 27,584 who signed up last year. On Thursday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released Delaware’s enrollment total […]
Governor Carney’s Statement on President Trump’s Decision to End Health Care Cost-Sharing Reductions
WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Friday released the following statement after President Trump’s decision to end federal cost-sharing reductions that make health insurance and health care affordable for low-income Delawareans: “President Trump’s decision to end cost-sharing reductions will hurt thousands of low-income Delawareans who use those subsidies to make their health insurance and […]