The Health Insurance Marketplace had Record-Breaking Enrollment

With the end of the Health Insurance Marketplace Open Enrollment Period coming on Jan. 15 for most states, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services estimates nearly 16 million people have signed up for coverage. This is a 13% increase over last year, which includes more than three million people new to Marketplaces. As of December 30, 359,835 customers enrolled in Pennie with 49,366 of those enrollments completed by new customers.

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