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kynect Projected to enroll 200,000th Kentuckian this weekend
Affordable Health Care success continues in Kentucky. Private health plans make up about one-fourth of enrollments. Private health plans make up about one-fourth of enrollments. Click on headline for complete story.
See CJE Ann Melton announces 2 more days of kynect.ky assistance for details on next two Lake Cumberland Community Action assistance days at the Adair Courthouse Annex on Wednesday-Thursday, February 5-6, 2014, at 8:30am-3pmCT each day. Watch CM Events for reminders.
By Kerri Richardson & Terry Sebastian
News from Governor Steve Beshear's Communication Center
FRANKFORT, KY - Signups for affordable health insurance are still going strong in the Commonwealth - with an average of nearly 1,600 new enrollees each day. More than 195,000 Kentuckians are now enrolled in new health coverage, and that total is likely to surpass the 200,000 mark over the weekend.
kynect administrators report that the website consistently supports 2,000 concurrent users during heaviest usage times. Approximately one out of every 4 kynect signups is for private health insurance.
Open enrollment continues through March 31 for any Kentuckian seeking health insurance.
kynect has been hailed as a national model since its launch for its smooth operation and easy interface for users looking for affordable health coverage.
With approximately 640,000 uninsured Kentuckians prior to the start of open enrollment on Oct. 1, kynect is helping significantly reduce that number and ensure access to quality, affordable care each day.
The below statistics reflect activity on kynect as of 8amET, Friday, January 31:
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