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51k Kentuckians Losing Coverage Through Kentucky Health Co-Op


51k Kentuckians Losing Health Insurance |

It was announced yesterday that Kentucky health insurance carrier, Kentucky Health Cooperative, is going out of business effective January 1, 2016. What does this mean for those 51,000 Kentuckians on a co-op plan? Well, it means they will need to find a new plan to enroll in for 2016.

A statement from the interim CEO of Kentucky Health Cooperative reads:

“It is with sadness that we announce this decision. The very difficult choice was made after much deliberation. If there were a way to avoid it and simultaneously do right by the members, providers and all others that we serve, we would do so.”

Kentucky Health Co-Op policyholders will remain insured through 2015 as long as they pay their premiums. However, to stay covered, they must re-enroll in a new healthcare plan during the Open Enrollment period, which begins Nov. 1. To maintain continuous coverage, consumers must enroll by Dec. 15th in one of the remaining carriers on the federal marketplace.

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