Maryland among only nine states with three or more insurers in health exchange.
Counties in Maryland will remain above the national average when it comes to participating insurers within the affordable care insurance markets next year. This is despite most counties in the state seeing a drop in the number of participating insurers.
The Washington Times reports:
The county-by-county analysis by Avalere Health, a consulting and data-crunching company that has tracked the Affordable Care Act commonly known as Obamacare since its start, finds Maryland among nine states that will have three or more participating insurers in its counties.
From 2014 to 2016, all of Maryland’s counties and the city of Baltimore had three or more participating insurers. That will continue into 2017.
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