“Moving forward, individuals can receive system updates through our new Healthplanfinder Status Page at our organization’s website at wahbexchange.org,” said Onizuka. “This will be the best resource to receive the latest information on the system and any planned maintenance should you have any questions.”
Note: Scheduled Washington Healthplanfinder maintenance will be completed tonight from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. The online marketplace will be unavailable during this time as additional improvements are made to the system.
More information for consumers on the status of our system is now available on the Exchange site at www.wahbexchange.org/news-resources/healthplanfinder-status-updates/.
Please stay tuned for weekly data updates, which will be available moving forward at www.wahbexchange.org.
For more information about Washington Healthplanfinder, visit www.wahealthplanfinder.org
About the Washington Health Benefit Exchange
The Washington Health Benefit Exchange is a public-private partnership established in accordance with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) with the goal to redefine people’s experience with health care through the creation of a new health insurance marketplace for individuals and small businesses. The Exchange is separate from the state and governed by an independent 11-member board appointed by former Gov. Chris Gregoire in Dec. 2011.
About Washington Healthplanfinder
Washington Healthplanfinder will be a new online marketplace for individuals, families and small businesses in Washington to compare and enroll in health insurance coverage and gain access to tax credits, reduced cost sharing and public programs such as Medicaid. Washington Healthplanfinder will begin enrolling consumers on Oct. 1, 2013, for health insurance coverage beginning on Jan. 1, 2014.