Maryland Officials Seek To Boost Enrollment In High Risk Insurance Plan
People with medical problems often have trouble buying insurance, but the program, funded by the federal government, offers plans designed for them.
The Associated Press/Washington Post: Md. Lt. Gov. Launches Campaign To Market Federal Options For People Without Health Insurance
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown wants to increase the number of applications to a federally funded health insurance program run by the state. Brown will kick off the second anniversary of the federal Affordable Care Act on Monday with a marketing campaign designed to enhance participation in the Maryland Health Insurance Plan (3/19).
The Baltimore Sun: Campaign To Highlight Options For Uninsured
For those who have heart disease, cancer, diabetes or another condition, buying health insurance can be impossible. … After some searching, [Jamie Engels, a 29-year-old Baltimore woman with a kidney disorder,] found a federally subsidized state program and has a plan she can afford. State officials want to make sure others in Engels' shoes know about the Maryland Health Insurance Plan. They're launching their biggest marketing push ever today (Cohn, 3/19).