Vermont: 29,300 PAID QHPs; 34,800 SHOP
OK, the Medicaid number is a bit squirrelly since it isn't broken out by expansion/woodworkers/churn; the official number as of 4/19 was 27,268, so I'm estimating it at an even 30K.
Otherwise, the QHP total is for paid enrollees, up from 27,221, and the SHOP number is up from 33,614.
Vermont Health Connect has helped 144,500 Vermonters get health coverage. More than half, 80,400, were enrolled in Medicaid, many as a result of the program’s expansion under the Affordable Care Act.
However, the website was launched with significant problems, and eight months later it is still incomplete. State officials said this week that they will continue to rely on the two participating insurance carriers to enroll small businesses throughout the upcoming open enrollment period that begins Nov. 15. There are currently 34,800 people in that group.
There are also 29,300 people in the individual market who purchased commercial insurance. More than half, 62 percent, qualified for subsidies that lower the cost of those plans, though advocates say they are often still difficult to afford.