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Mon Mar 31, 2014, 11:55 AM

14. Done. I am enrolled in a MNSure exchange health insurance program

I called this morning about 930 AM to make sure that the Medical Assistance determination snafu discussed in #13 above wouldn't cause a problem or issue when enrolling in a regular MNSure exchange program. After looking at it, and after I described what I'm seeing on the screen, he said go ahead and enroll, there shouldn't be a problem, and in the meantime they will look at the Medical Assistance thing and probably notify me that that's been cancelled.

Wait time on the phone was only 15 minutes, not bad at all on "Penalty Eve" day. MNSure.org was a little glitchy here and there in spots but pretty smooth overall and enrolled and paid the first month's premium online.

HealthPartners silver with a $2750 deductible, $373/mo before subsidy, coinsurance 10% generally speaking, $6,350 maximum out of pocket (I'm a "bit" over 60 so that's why the high premium)

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