Minnesota: MNsure March board meeting report chock full of handy data nuggets
Minnesota's ACA exchange, MNsure, is among the better ones when it comes to data transparency. Here's some key data from their monthly board meeting on March 6th.
A couple of other interesting items of note:
- It looks like MNsure's annual budget averages around $36 - $40 million per year, with between 50-60% of it coming from their 3.5% premium fee on exchange-based enrollments (I would think they'd spread the fee across off-exchange enrollments as well, as some other state exchanges do, for consistency's sake, which would reduce the amount of additional funding they need from the state Dept. of Human Services, but that's up to the state legislature, I presume).
- Also of interest: It looks like MNsure will be going live with integrating GetInsured as an Enhanced Direct Enrollment partner starting in November 2019, judging from the "METS Healthcare 2019 Release Roadmap" towards the end of the dashboard report. I believe HealthSherpa was the only EDE vendor which was enrolling people in ACA exchange plans for 2019, but I could be wrong about that.