Nevada

Nevada just updated their QHP enrollments for the first week of March: 20,930 paid (up from 19,840 on 3/01) and 9,085 unpaid (up from 8,695 on 3/01). The combined tally is an increase of 1,480, from 28,535 to 30,015.

Update as of 3/8: 30,015 individuals have confirmed Qualified Health Plan selections with Nevada Health Link, 20,930 have paid.

— Nevada Health Link (@NVHealthLink) March 10, 2014

 

Small update out of Nevada: Between 2/22 and 3/01,paid QHPs went up 698 from 19,142 to 19,840 while unpaid QHPs increased from 7,893 to 8,695, for a total increase of 1,500 even. Nevada's Paid percentage remains at around 70%.

Update as of 3/1: 28,535 Nevadans have confirmed Qualified Health Plan selections with Nevada Health Link, 19,840 have paid.

— Nevada Health Link (@NVHealthLink) March 4, 2014

Nevada's latest update as of 2/22: Paid QHPs have shot up 2,095 from 17,047 to 19,142; unpaid QHPs are down 702 to 7,893 from 8,595, which means that Nevada, like Washington yesterday, is starting to convert unpaid enrollments to paid more quickly. Total enrollments are therefore up just 1,393.

Update as of 2/22: 27,035 consumers have confirmed QHP selections through Nevada Health Link, 19,142 have paid.

— Nevada Health Link (@NVHealthLink) February 26, 2014

Another update from Nevada: Private QHPs up from 16,030 paid / 7,656 unpaid to 17,047 paid / 8,595 unpaid from 2/08 - 2/15.

This also gives some additional data to work with regarding the February Drop-off issue...and there's some good news here, whether you look at total QHPs or paid only:

Update as of 2/15: 25,642 Nevadans confirmed QHP Selections. 17,047 have paid.

— Nevada Health Link (@NVHealthLink) February 18, 2014

Less than 8 hours after the HHS Dept. released their big January enrollment report, Nevada has already issued another update to their numbers: 

Update as of 2/8: 23,686 consumers have confirmed Qualified Health Plan selections, 16,030 have paid.

The 16,030 number is a 7% bump over a week earlier (14,999), and the unpaid number (7,656) is slightly higher than the prior week (7,598).

Short & sweet...For Nevada I'm defining "fewer than 100" as 95 until a more specific number is provided (not that this is enough to impact things either way...)

Utah had 1,300 people enrolled through its SHOP (Small Business Health Options Program) exchange, including 673 employees, said Utah Exchange spokesman Steve Gooch.

Nevada had “fewer than 100” people enrolled in its SHOP exchange, said exchange spokesman C.J. Bawden.

Worth noting, as the contributor did, that 1,300 / 673 = 1.93, suggesting that my "1.8x" factor for individuals in households is more than reasonable.

Nevada keeps things short & to the point, as usual:

Update as of 2/1: 22,597 confirmed Qualified Plan Selections, 14,999 have paid. 27.1% of paid enrollees are under age 35.

— Nevada Health Link (@NVHealthLink) February 6, 2014

These numbers compare with 13,159 paid and 7,240 unpaid as of January 18th (20,399 total), a 10.7% increase in the past 2 weeks.

Nevada keeps it simple & to the point (which makes sense, since they use their Twitter feed for enrollment updates); an 8% increase in private enrollments from Jan. 11 to Jan. 18, to 20,399 total.

Update as of 1/18: 20,399 consumers confirm Qualified Health Plan selections on Nevada Health Link. 13,159 have paid.

Yesterday I posted an entry on Nevada's enrollment numbers which was a problem because the Nevada Health Link claimed to have lower enrollment figures as of 1/11 than the official HHS report had them at as of 12/28.

I asked them to clarify why HHS had them at 22,566 Private QHP enrollments on 12/28 when they were claiming only 18,864 as of 1/11 (of which only 11,409 were paid).

Today, they responded in a pretty to-the-point fashion:

@charles_gaba Nevada Health Link provides HHS and the public the same stats on a weekly basis. We do not know why the HHS # is incorrect.

— Nevada Health Link (@NVHealthLink) January 16, 2014

Huh.

OK, then...I guess the total just dropped by 3,702, temporarily knocking us back below the 10M total line.

Something interesting going on in Nevada. On 12/26, the official Nevada Health Link posted this to their Twitter feed:

Update: As of the 12/23/13 deadline to enroll, 12740 consumers confirmed QHP selections, 6219 have paid. Payment deadline is 12/30/13.

— Nevada Health Link (@NVHealthLink) December 26, 2013

Fair enough; 6,224 paid, 6,521 unpaid through 12/23.

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