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For Tuesday, March 18, 2014


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 18, 2014

~~<p><strong>An alternative health insurance connection</strong></p>
<p>Maryland may become the first state to scrap its dysfunctional health-insurance exchange website, apparently conceding that there's no fixing the technological problems that have plagued the online system since it was launched in October. The Baltimore Sun reports that officials with the Maryland Health Benefit System are looking to adopt Connecticut's online system, considered among the best at signing up people for private insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act.</p>
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An alternative health insurance connection

Maryland may become the first state to scrap its dysfunctional health-insurance exchange website, apparently conceding that there's no fixing the technological problems that have plagued the online system since it was launched in October. The Baltimore Sun reports that officials with the Maryland Health Benefit System are looking to adopt Connecticut's online system, considered among the best at signing up people for private insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act. Login for more...



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