Hawaii

When we last checked in on Hawaii's ACA exchange on 6/21, the QHP tally stood at 9,586 people, and another 965 SHOP enrollees.

There have been 2 updates from the exchange since then; QHPs went up another 12 over the next week (6/28)...but in the most recent update, the number has dropped down to 9,442...a loss of 156 people:

Connector Updates for July 5, 2014

Total since October 1, 2013

32,959 Applications completed in the Individual Marketplace
9,442 Individuals and families enrolled in the Individual Marketplace

Only 58 more QHPs but, interestingly, 104 more people on SHOP plans...

Connector Updates for June 21, 2014

32,802 Applications completed in the Individual Marketplace
9,586 Individuals and families enrolled in the Individual Marketplace
643 Employers applied to SHOP Marketplace
965 Employees and dependents enrolled via SHOP Marketplace

Total since October 1, 2013

  • 32,654 Applications completed in the Individual Marketplace
  • 9,528 Individuals and families enrolled in the Individual Marketplace
  • 637 Employers applied to SHOP Marketplace
  • 861 Employees and dependents enrolled via SHOP Marketplace

Connector Updates for June 7, 2014
Total since October 1, 2013

32,625 Applications completed in the Individual Marketplace
9,482 Individuals and families enrolled in the Individual Marketplace
631 Employers applied to SHOP Marketplace
846 Employees and dependents enrolled via SHOP Marketplace
 

Every little bit...

Connector Updates for May 31, 2014

32,208 Applications completed in the Individual Marketplace
9,432 Individuals and families enrolled in the Individual Marketplace
629 Employers applied to SHOP Marketplace
851 Employees and dependents enrolled via SHOP Marketplace
 

Not exactly an earth-shattering update, but Hawaii has, interestingly, managed to increase their SHOP enrollments by over 20% in the past week.

Plus, they, along with Oregon and Minnesota, get kudos from me for continuing regular updates regardless of how minor the changes are. Wish NY, CA and HHS would follow their lead on this topic, at least (obviously not so much the technical side of things...)

Total since October 1, 2013

32,114 Applications completed in the Individual Marketplace
9,414 Individuals and families enrolled in the Individual Marketplace
618 Employers applied to SHOP Marketplace
773 Employees and dependents enrolled via SHOP Marketplace

Interestingly, even though we're well past even the extended QHP enrollment period, Hawaii continues to have new enrollments trickle in. I'm not sure if these are clerical corrections from before 4/30 or if these are "Qualifying Life Events", but either way they just added another 111 people to the tally (plus a whopping 5 more people in their SHOP enrollments).

Total since October 1, 2013

32,086 Applications completed in the Individual Marketplace
9,397 Individuals and families enrolled in the Individual Marketplace
604 Employers applied to SHOP Marketplace
636 Employees and dependents enrolled via SHOP Marketplace

In addition, Hawaii's exchange just became a slightly better value, dropping from $23,899 per person enrolled down to $23,617 per person. So, there's that, I guess...

Well, here at ACASignups.net I'm nothing if not comprehensive...Hawaii has added a whopping 69 exchange QHP enrollees and 3 (yes, 3) SHOP enrollees in the past week or so...

Total since October 1, 2013

  • 31,758 Applications completed in the Individual Marketplace
  • 9,286 Individuals and families enrolled in the Individual Marketplace
  • 595 Employers applied to SHOP Marketplace
  • 631 Employees and dependents enrolled via SHOP Marketplace

Looks like last week's claim of 9,800 QHPs was a bit of an error...according to the official exchange update, the combined total of QHPs + SHOP enrollments is around 9,800:

Total since October 1, 2013

31,378 Applications completed in the Individual Marketplace
9,217 Individuals and families enrolled in the Individual Marketplace
588 Employers applied to SHOP Marketplace
628 Employees and dependents enrolled via SHOP Marketplace

Given that they were only at 8,742 just a few days earlier, Hawaii managed to pull off an impressive (relatively-speaking) mini-surge in the final few days:

The Hawaii Health Connector, the online marketplace responsible for implementing President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act in Hawaii, enrolled 9,800 residents as of Wednesday’s final deadline for its first year of providing coverage.

The Connector collected 31,310 individual applications as of Saturday but was unable to enroll two-thirds of those applicants despite a push in the final two months.

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