Updated 10/1/2013 — See Below
Kansas Exchange Website Information
If you live in Kansas, you will use the federal government website, HealthCare.gov, to shop and apply for coverage. Coverage can start as soon as January 1, 2014.
The Kansas Health Insurance Exchange will be operated through a federally-run health insurance exchange, also referred to as the Health Insurance Marketplace.
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Starting October 1, 2013, Kansas residents will be able to access information about all the plans available through the Exchange, shop for plans, and access individual premium tax credits. The SHOP Exchange will be available to small businesses with 100 or fewer employees. Coverage from the Exchange starts in January 2014.
Recent Kansas Exchange News
- Colorado far behind health insurance goal – Kansas.com November 25, 2013
Colorado far behind health insurance goalKansas.comDENVER — Colorado is dramatically behind its goals for getting people to sign up for health insurance under the new health care law, prompting demand …
- Most state insurance exchanges ward off woes of HealthCare.gov – Kansas City Star November 22, 2013
Kansas.comMost state insurance exchanges ward off woes of HealthCare.govKansas City StarWASHINGTON — With millions of dollars in federal funding, a more harmonious political environment and the benefi …
- Feds report progress on fixing healthcare.gov – Kansas City Star November 18, 2013
Feds report progress on fixing healthcare.govKansas City StarIn Kansas City, Powell said BlueKC had in the last few weeks made about four sales of their direct-to-the-individual-consumer insurance pro …
- Kansas insurance commissioner worried about changes to health care law – Shawnee Dispatch November 15, 2013
Kansas insurance commissioner worried about changes to health care lawShawnee DispatchPraeger said this all might not have been an issue if the federal insurance marketplace at HealthCare.gov had been …
- Conn. enrolls 13128 on health insurance exchange – Kansas City Star November 15, 2013
Conn. enrolls 13128 on health insurance exchangeKansas City StarEarlier this week, Jim Wadleigh, Access Health CT's chief information officer, said Connecticut is the only state that has so far e …