Jennifer Pipes with Enroll America hosted an enrollment event in Dearborn on Sunday and said that people should not be timid to sign up.
Duggan says the federal health care law has helped thousands of Detroit residents get quality medical care, many for the first time.
The MDCH and a network of local public health agencies are currently checking travel histories of these individuals including their return to the Michigan from Ebola affected areas.
Individual policyholders owed a rebate will either get a check, a reimbursement credit or see a reduction in future premiums.
Gov. Snyder says the effort will give residents “health care coverage they need to lead healthy, productive lives.”
Auditors warn that Michigan could be forced to repay nearly $97 million to the U.S. government.
Data showed that the average wait at that location is nearly 31 days — more than twice as long as the department’s 14-day goal.
Customers who bought health insurance on the overhaul’s public exchanges can expect a flurry of reports about big price hikes and some decreases for 2015 as insurers finalize their rates…But they shouldn’t give much weight to any of this.
The state says about 46,100 people have applied for Michigan’s expanded Medicaid plan since it launched last week.
The clock is ticking for most people looking to register for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.