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Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart Announces the Qualified Health Plans and Rates for the Delaware Health Insurance Marketplace

Today, the Delaware Department of Insurance announced the companies that will participate in the Delaware Health Insurance Marketplace and the 19 qualified health plans being offered to uninsured Delawareans. There are three companies offering coverage in the individual marketplace and two companies offering coverage in the small business health options program (SHOP). Additionally, three companies […]




Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart Announces Over $900,000 Dollars Recovered for Delaware Policyholders and $5,900,000 Dollars Saved by Employers in 2013

Insurance Commissioner Stewart and the Delaware Department of Insurance report that $940,995.72 has been recovered for consumers in the first half of 2013. The Consumer Services Division has recovered $446,697.72 for Delaware policyholders and handled 2,291 formal complaints and inquiries which is an increase from 2,027 complaints and inquiries during the first six months of 2012.




State Reaches Agreement with Four Community Organizations

The Department of Health and Social Services and the Department of Insurance have reached contract agreement with four community organizations to provide one-on-one guidance to Delawareans about the new health insurance marketplace.




Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart Informs Delaware Businesses on the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP)

Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announced today that beginning in 2014, the Delaware Health Insurance Marketplace will operate a small business health options program, or SHOP, that offers small businesses and their employees’ new choices.




Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart Alerts “Baby Boomers” on Early Retirement Options

Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart expressed concern for soon to retire “Baby Boomers” (those born between 1946 and 1964), many of whom will face the uncertain prospect of finding alternative health insurance coverage until they reach the age of 65 when they are eligible for Medicare.







 Pages Tagged With: "Health Insurance"

Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart Announces the Qualified Health Plans and Rates for the Delaware Health Insurance Marketplace

Today, the Delaware Department of Insurance announced the companies that will participate in the Delaware Health Insurance Marketplace and the 19 qualified health plans being offered to uninsured Delawareans. There are three companies offering coverage in the individual marketplace and two companies offering coverage in the small business health options program (SHOP). Additionally, three companies […]




Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart Announces Over $900,000 Dollars Recovered for Delaware Policyholders and $5,900,000 Dollars Saved by Employers in 2013

Insurance Commissioner Stewart and the Delaware Department of Insurance report that $940,995.72 has been recovered for consumers in the first half of 2013. The Consumer Services Division has recovered $446,697.72 for Delaware policyholders and handled 2,291 formal complaints and inquiries which is an increase from 2,027 complaints and inquiries during the first six months of 2012.




State Reaches Agreement with Four Community Organizations

The Department of Health and Social Services and the Department of Insurance have reached contract agreement with four community organizations to provide one-on-one guidance to Delawareans about the new health insurance marketplace.




Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart Informs Delaware Businesses on the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP)

Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announced today that beginning in 2014, the Delaware Health Insurance Marketplace will operate a small business health options program, or SHOP, that offers small businesses and their employees’ new choices.




Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart Alerts “Baby Boomers” on Early Retirement Options

Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart expressed concern for soon to retire “Baby Boomers” (those born between 1946 and 1964), many of whom will face the uncertain prospect of finding alternative health insurance coverage until they reach the age of 65 when they are eligible for Medicare.