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Links & info for all state healthcare exchanges

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Click image above or this link for an excellent interactive bitmap showing state-by-state status
Below is a linkfest of every state’s HIX and some info about that state’s progress. Some sites are crashing, others are up. If the state name is hyperlinked you can click it for specific info on that state’s progress in creating an exchange. For those states without an HIX, I’ve linked the specific Healthcare.gov page for that state. Healthcare.gov has also been staggering under the traffic demands.

Quinnipiac — American voters oppose 72 – 22 percent Congress shutting down the federal government to block implementation of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released today.

 

Alabama – Georgia
Alabama at Healthcare.gov; Alaska at Healthcare.gov; Arizona at AZCentral & Healthcare.gov; Arkansas at AR Health Connector; California at Covered CA; Colorado at Connect for Health; Connecticut at Access Health CT; Delaware at Healthcare.gov; Florida at Healthcare.gov; Georgia at Healthcare.gov

 

WaPo — New York has had more than 2 million visitors this morning, which is causing some trouble for people trying to sign up. To put that in perspective, New York has 2.5 million uninsured residents. Kentucky’s new marketplace, the Kynect, had processed over 1,000 applications for insurance by 9:30 a.m. this morning. The Web site has had more than 24,000 visits from people browsing the insurance rates.

Hawaii thru Maryland

Hawaii Health Connector; Idaho at Your Health Idaho; Illinois at Get Covered IL; Indiana at Healthcare.gov; Iowa at Healthcare.gov; Kansas at Healthcare.gov; Kentucky at KYnect; Louisiana at Healthcare.gov; Maine at Healthcare.gov; Maryland Health Connection;

More enrollments through the Call center! More families and individuals getting the coverage they need!
@AccessHealthCT

Massachusetts – Nevada
Massachusetts at Health Connector; Michigan at Healthcare.gov; Minnesota at MNSure; Mississippi at One, Mississippi (Very confusing); Missouri at Healthcare.gov; Montana at Healthcare.gov; Nebraska at Healthcare.gov; Nevada Health Link and HIX info page

 

NYT — In the first few hours that their exchanges were operating, New York State’s reported two million visits, Kentucky’s 24,000, Illinois’s more than 62,000 and Connecticut’s 14,000.

New Hampshire – Oregon
New Hampshire at Healthcare.gov; New Jersey at Healthcare.gov; New Mexico HIX and BeWellMN; New York at NYStateofHealth; North Carolina at Healthcare.gov; North Dakota at Healthcare.gov; Ohio at Healthcare.gov; Oklahoma at Healthcare.gov; Oregon at Cover Oregon

 

Daily Kos — The crawl at the top of the Colorado Exchange tells a similar story, the support is overwhelming. This is huge evidence that the American people are coming out in an unprecedented show of support for ObamaCare.

Rhode Island – Wyoming
Rhode Island at HealthSourceRI; South Carolina at Healthcare.gov; Tennessee at Healthcare.gov; Texas at Healthcare.gov; Utah at Healthcare.gov; Vermont at Health Connect; Virgina at Healthcare.gov; Washington at Washington Health Plan Finder; West Virgina at Healthcare.gov; Wisconsin at Healthcare.gov; Wyoming at Healthcare.gov

Comments

  1. trucreep says

    Big thanks for the GOP-controlled Michigan legislature for fucking around and not taking advantage of the federal money to set up our own exchange!!!! Gotta love those fucks!

  2. says

    Greg I’ve tried to get some info on WA. Most of my source guys are all furloughed today, but I did get ahold of one person who said that that site might be one of the ones with a dot-gov address that is being run by a third party contractor and that may be why I can’t get any info on it via back channels at HHS. I did hear that they might not have it set to try again until tomorrow or Thursday, they had a lot of hits.

  3. magistramarla says

    Stephen,
    Are the exchanges working? I’m reading the local SA rag and the TP commenters are gleefully saying that it isn’t up and running yet. Just one of their many lies?
    I’m not going to go try it because I don’t want to stress the system, since I don’t need insurance.

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