Kentucky, Maine and New Mexico have completed their transition from the federally facilitated marketplace to their own state-based marketplaces for the 2022 plan year, the Department of Health and Human Services announced yesterday.

"I encourage consumers in these states to take advantage of these new State-based Marketplaces to compare options and find coverage that works for them and their families during the upcoming Open Enrollment Period,” said Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Chiquita Brooks-LaSure.

Open enrollment for individual market coverage through the federally facilitated and state-based marketplaces begins Nov. 1.
 

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