From ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS: The chief executive of Minnesota's health insurance exchange says help will be available for consumers as its largest carrier pulls out. MNsure CEO Scott Leitz told the exchange board Tuesday he's disappointed PreferredOne won't offer new coverage when open enrollment begins Nov. 15, but four other Minnesota-based carriers will continue to do so. He says MNsure plans to conduct targeted outreach efforts for current PreferredOne enrollees to help them pick new plans for 2015.
MNsure CEO says help coming for PreferredOne customers
Friday, September 19, 2014
Go To URL