Connecticut: 16,000 QHPs in first 15 days (41% new enrollees) (updated)
2018 MIDTERM ELECTION
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The Access Health CT board held their monthly meeting this morning, including their first official 2017 Open Enrollment Period enrollment numbers. This slide is a little confusing but I think I've figured it out:
If I'm reading this correctly, it looks like they currently have 85,250 people enrolled in effectuated exchange policies. 9,455 have actively renewed/re-enrolled into either their existing policy or a different one, plus another 5,570 brand-new enrollees who have signed up, for a total of 15,025 QHP selections for 2017.
What's confusing me is that they also say that "100,275 are currently enrolled"...which you only get by adding all 3 of those numbers together, which makes little sense to me.
I think what they mean is that there's 102,912 currently enrolled of which 9,455 have gone on to actively renew/re-enroll and another 2,637 have already actively cancelled/discontinued their policy (basically, they've given notice that they won't be re-upping next year), leaving a pool of 85,250 current enrollees who could still do one or the other.
UPDATE: OK, I asked for further clarification and got this response, which doesn't quite answer my question but does update the numbers a bit more:
@charles_gaba 6,630 are new enrollees as of yesterday.
— Access Health CT (@AccessHealthCT) November 17, 2016
So, that should be 9,455 renewals + 6,630 new = 16,085 total
Anyway, there are several other slides which break out some additional early demographic data about which plans these people are choosing and so forth: