Enrollment in 2024 Market well being plans throughout open enrollment reaches file excessive – Go Well being Professional

Through the open enrollment interval for 2024 well being protection, greater than 21.4 million individuals enrolled in personal certified well being plans (QHPs) by means of the Marketplaces (exchanges) nationwide. This was a 31% enhance over the earlier file excessive set in 2023, when 16.4 million individuals enrolled in Market QHPs.

Along with the 21.4 million QHP enrollments, one other 1.3 million individuals enrolled within the Fundamental Well being Program (BHP) protection supplied through the Marketplaces in New York and Minnesota, for a complete of greater than 22.7 million enrollees.

There are a selection of things that may very well be driving the elevated enrollment in 2024, together with the “unwinding” of the pandemic-era Medicaid steady protection rule, the continued enhancement of ACA premium subsidies underneath the American Rescue Plan and Inflation Discount Act, in addition to state-specific components.

Medicaid unwinding

One important purpose for the 2024 enrollment progress is the Medicaid disenrollments that resumed in 2023 after being paused for 3 years in the course of the pandemic. States may resume disenrollments as early as April 2023, and all states have been working to redetermine eligibility for everybody enrolled in Medicaid.

As of April 19, 2024, greater than 20.3 million individuals had been disenrolled from Medicaid/CHIP. A few of these individuals have transitioned to employer-sponsored protection or reenrolled in Medicaid or CHIP. Nonetheless, some have enrolled in alternative protection by means of the Marketplaces.

In line with CMS knowledge (for HealthCare.gov and right here for state-based Marketplaces), greater than 3.4 million individuals who had Medicaid/CHIP in March 2023 or a newer month had enrolled in Market QHPs by the top of December, together with greater than 257,000 who had enrolled in BHP protection.

The roughly 3.4 million “unwinding” QHP enrollees account for about two-thirds of the roughly 5.1 million extra Market enrollments for 2024 versus 2023. (To make clear, it’s unlikely that everybody who transitioned from Medicaid to the Market in 2023 stored their Market protection for 2024, so we will’t say that every one roughly 3.4 million of the “unwinding” QHP enrollees are among the many extra roughly 5.1 million QHP enrollees for 2024. Nonetheless, the Medicaid unwinding is broadly considered a major driver of the enrollment enhance in 2024).

A good portion of the enrollment progress in 2024 was amongst lower-income enrollees, a few of whom could have been amongst these disenrolled from Medicaid on account of an revenue that elevated above the Medicaid eligibility limits. For candidates with family incomes between 100% and 150% of the poverty stage, enrollment was greater than 54% greater in 2024 than it had been for 2023 Market plans.

On the upper finish of the revenue spectrum, enrollment was about 9% greater in 2024 than it had been in 2023 for enrollees with family revenue above 400% of the poverty stage. (Particulars of enrollment by revenue ranges may be seen within the state-level public use information for 2023 and 2024.)

Continued enhancement of ACA subsidies

Not solely is present Market enrollment at a file excessive, however Market enrollment has grown every year since 2021. This has largely been because of the subsidy enhancements created by the American Rescue Plan (ARP), which had been prolonged by means of 2025 by the Inflation Discount Act (IRA).

For 2024 protection, 19.7 million QHP enrollees – 92% of the roughly 21.4 million whole – are receiving advance premium tax credit (APTC). The typical full-price Market premium is $605, however the common after-APTC premium – even accounting for the 8% of enrollees who pay full value – is simply $111/month. And almost 9.4 million enrollees are paying not more than $10/month for his or her protection, after APTC is utilized.

Though the subsidy enhancements took impact in 2021, utilization of them has been steadily rising since then, serving to to drive enrollment greater every year.

Way forward for subsidy enhancements unsure

The subsidy enhancements will proceed for 2025 well being plans, however it should require a literal act of Congress to increase them previous the top of 2025. (To make clear, the essential ACA premium subsidies will proceed indefinitely; it’s solely the ARP/IRA subsidy enhancements which are scheduled to sundown on the finish of 2025.)

The Congressional Funds Workplace has projected that Market enrollments would drop by about 3.2 million individuals in 2026 (in comparison with projected 2025 enrollment) if the APR subsidy enhancements are allowed to run out.

President Biden has referred to as on Congress to make the ARP’s subsidy enhancements everlasting. However there’s political division on this difficulty, and the Republican Research Committee’s just lately revealed finances proposal requires the ARP/IRA enhancements of premium tax credit to finish.

So whereas we will’t say what the long run holds, we do know that Market enrollment has reached an all-time excessive in 2024, pushed largely by improved affordability in addition to Medicaid disenrollments. And though open enrollment for 2024 protection has ended in all places besides New York, shoppers in each state can nonetheless enroll in the event that they’re eligible for a particular enrollment interval.

State-by-state particulars

All however one state – and Washington, D.C. – noticed year-over-year Market QHP enrollment progress from 2023 to 2024. Maine was the one exception, with a 1.3% lower in enrollment. Maine has clarified that this was on account of a rise within the revenue limits for Medicaid eligibility for youngsters and younger adults, a few of whom had been capable of transition from Market plans to Medicaid beginning in late 2023.

Washington DC’s year-over-year enrollment progress was solely 0.2%, and 6 states – Alaska, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, and Wyoming – had enrollment progress underneath 10%.

However the remainder of the nation noticed double-digit enrollment progress, together with a staggering 80.2% enhance in enrollment in West Virginia’s Market, and 6 different states the place the year-over-year enrollment progress exceeded 50%: Arkansas, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Ohio, and Tennessee.

Why enrollment in West Virginia spiked

In line with West Virginia’s Workplace of the Insurance coverage Commissioner, the sharp enhance in enrollment this 12 months was on account of a mix of the continued ARP/IRA federal subsidy enhancements and the Medicaid unwinding – each mentioned above – together with elevated outreach and schooling on the a part of insurance coverage carriers and enrollment assisters. This included the primary annual Cowl West Virginia Day that was held in early January.

However it’s additionally value noting that there have been some adjustments in pricing dynamics in West Virginia that may have had an impression. The state confirmed that the carriers proceed to set their very own CSR-defunding load, versus states like Texas and New Mexico, the place state regulators set them.

(CSR-defunding load refers to the truth that the federal authorities stopped reimbursing insurers for the price of cost-sharing reductions in late 2017, and carriers have been including the associated fee to premiums since then. Normally, the associated fee is added to Silver-level plans, which will increase Silver plan costs and thus additionally will increase premium tax credit score quantities, that are based mostly on the premium of the second-lowest-cost Silver plan.)

Nonetheless, a 50-year-old in Charleston, WV, incomes $40,000 in 2024 can get a Gold plan for as little as $124/month after subsidies, versus the lowest-cost Silver plan which is $151/month. In different phrases, low-cost Silver plans are priced greater than low-cost Gold plans.

This drives up subsidy quantities – that are based mostly on the value of the second-lowest-cost Silver plan – and ends in Gold protection being comparatively extra reasonably priced. In 2023, that was not the case. The bottom-cost Gold plan was $208/month for a 50-year-old Charleston, WV resident incomes $40,000, whereas the lowest-cost Silver plan was $190/month.

These pricing adjustments that finally made protection extra reasonably priced — mixed with Medicaid unwinding and the elevated Market outreach actions — resulted in a pointy enhance within the variety of West Virginia residents enrolled in Market plans.

How and why premiums fluctuate from state to state

Pricing dynamics fluctuate from one state to a different. This consists of how the obtainable plans in a given space stack up towards one another in value and CSR defunding masses. The larger the pricing distinction between the benchmark plan (second-lowest-cost Silver plan) and less-expensive plans, the extra reasonably priced these lower-priced plans might be after the subsidy is utilized. And better CSR defunding masses imply greater costs for Silver plans and thus bigger premium subsidies.

There are additionally state variations in revenue, entry to Medicaid, authorities assist for the Market, and so on. A number of states additionally supply extra state-funded subsidies, a few of that are newly obtainable or expanded as of 2024. With all that in thoughts, right here’s a state-by-state abstract of a few of the knowledge from the 2024 open enrollment interval:

Open enrollment knowledge highlights by state


Alabama

  • 386,195 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Alabama
  • 258,327 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Alabama
  • 5% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 68,833 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $656 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 96% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Alaska

  • 27,464 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Alaska
  • 25,572 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Alaska
  • 4% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 5,588 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $865 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 85% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Arizona

  • 348,055 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Arizona
  • 235,229 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Arizona
  • 96% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 97,944 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $452 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 89% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Arkansas

  • 156,607 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Arkansas
  • 100,407 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Arkansas
  • 97% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 54,953 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $476 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 92% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


California

  • 1,784,653 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in California
  • 1,739,368 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in California
  • 60% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 105,758 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $526.00 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee

Sources


Colorado

  • 237,106 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Colorado
  • 201,758 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Colorado
  • 52% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 12,108 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $455 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee

Sources


Connecticut

  • 129,000 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Connecticut
  • 108,132 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Connecticut
  • 30% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 12,568 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $766 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 87% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Delaware

  • 44,842 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Delaware
  • 34,742 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Delaware
  • 07% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 10,358 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $585 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 90% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


District of Columbia

  • 14,799 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in District of Columbia
  • 14,768 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in District of Columbia
  • 21% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 39 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $561 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 21% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Florida

  • 4,211,902 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Florida
  • 3,225,435 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Florida
  • 58% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 565,925 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $568 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 97% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Georgia

  • 1,305,114 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Georgia
  • 879,084 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Georgia
  • 46% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 196,448 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $531 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 96% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Hawaii

  • 22,170 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Hawaii
  • 21,645 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Hawaii
  • 43% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 4,085 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $544 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 82% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Idaho

  • 103,783 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Idaho
  • 79,927 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Idaho
  • 85% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 13,671 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $395 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 86% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Illinois

  • 398,814 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Illinois
  • 342,995 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Illinois
  • 27% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 75,718 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $545 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 89% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Indiana

  • 295,772 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Indiana
  • 185,354 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Indiana
  • 57% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 91,553 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $452 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 89% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Iowa

  • 111,423 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Iowa
  • 82,704 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Iowa
  • 73% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 28,596 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $507 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 89% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Kansas

  • 171,376 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Kansas
  • 124,473 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Kansas
  • 68% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 22,561 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $561 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 93% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Kentucky

  • 75,317 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Kentucky
  • 62,562 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Kentucky
  • 39% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 13,375 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $497 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 83% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Louisiana

  • 212,493 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Louisiana
  • 120,804 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Louisiana
  • 90% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 73,770 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $647 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 96% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Maine

  • 62,586 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Maine
  • 63,388 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Maine
  • 27% lower – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 1,052 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $564 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 84% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Maryland

  • 213,895 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Maryland
  • 182,166 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Maryland
  • 42% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 43,034 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $388 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 77% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Massachusetts

  • 311,199 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Massachusetts
  • 232,621 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Massachusetts
  • 78% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 63,815 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $385 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 80% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Michigan

  • 418,100 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Michigan
  • 322,273 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Michigan
  • 73% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 106,503 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $426 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 89% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Minnesota

  • 135,001 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Minnesota
  • 118,431 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Minnesota
  • 99% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 9,748 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $351 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 58% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Mississippi

  • 286,410 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Mississippi
  • 183,478 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Mississippi
  • 10% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 52,760 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $592 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 98% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Missouri

  • 359,369 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Missouri
  • 257,629 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Missouri
  • 49% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 92,356 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $594 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 94% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Montana

  • 66,336 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Montana
  • 53,860 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Montana
  • 16% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 15,973 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $504 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 88% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Nebraska

  • 117,882 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Nebraska
  • 101,490 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Nebraska
  • 15% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 16,820 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $580 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 95% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Nevada

  • 99,312 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Nevada
  • 96,379 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Nevada
  • 04% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 3,872 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $438 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 86% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


New Hampshire

  • 65,117 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in New Hampshire
  • 54,557 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in New Hampshire
  • 36% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 16,969 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $350 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 72% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


New Jersey

  • 397,942 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in New Jersey
  • 341,901 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in New Jersey
  • 39% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 24,739 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $521 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 88% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


New Mexico

  • 56,472 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in New Mexico
  • 40,778 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in New Mexico
  • 49% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 3,851 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $551 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 82% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


New York

  • 288,681 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in New York
  • 214,052 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in New York
  • 86% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 59,849 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $455 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 71% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


North Carolina

  • 1,027,930 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in North Carolina
  • 800,850 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in North Carolina
  • 35% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 231,141 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $558 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 95% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


North Dakota

  • 38,535 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in North Dakota
  • 34,130 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in North Dakota
  • 91% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 4,310 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $433 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 90% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Ohio

  • 477,793 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Ohio
  • 294,644 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Ohio
  • 16% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 131,800 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $498 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 89% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Oklahoma

  • 277,436 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Oklahoma
  • 203,157 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Oklahoma
  • 56% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 88,656 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $575 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 96% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Oregon

  • 145,509 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Oregon
  • 141,963 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Oregon
  • 50% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 25,869 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $524 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 81% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Pennsylvania

  • 434,571 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Pennsylvania
  • 371,516 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Pennsylvania
  • 97% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 57,547 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $530 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 87% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Rhode Island

  • 36,121 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Rhode Island
  • 29,626 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Rhode Island
  • 92% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 2,260 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $454 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 86% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


South Carolina

  • 571,175 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in South Carolina
  • 382,968 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in South Carolina
  • 14% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 143,780 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $553 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 96% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


South Dakota

  • 52,974 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in South Dakota
  • 47,591 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in South Dakota
  • 31% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 6,624 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $611 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 95% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Tennessee

  • 555,103 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Tennessee
  • 348,097 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Tennessee
  • 47% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 87,967 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $580 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 95% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Texas

  • 3,484,632 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Texas
  • 2,410,810 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Texas
  • 54% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 481,099 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $536 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 96% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Utah

  • 366,939 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Utah
  • 295,196 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Utah
  • 30% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 42,419 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $421 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 95% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Vermont

  • 30,027 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Vermont
  • 25,664 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Vermont
  • 00% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 4,050 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $702 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 89% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Virginia

  • 400,058 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Virginia
  • 346,140 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Virginia
  • 58% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 22,652 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $405 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 87% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Washington

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  • 272,494 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Washington
  • 230,371 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Washington
  • 28% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 53,113 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $453 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 71% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


West Virginia

  • 51,046 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in West Virginia
  • 28,325 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in West Virginia
  • 22% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 19,812 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $1,035 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 97% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Wisconsin

  • 266,327 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Wisconsin
  • 221,128 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Wisconsin
  • 44% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 48,354 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $572 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 88% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Wyoming

  • 42,293 – 2024 QHP enrollment whole in Wyoming
  • 38,565 – 2023 QHP enrollment whole in Wyoming
  • 67% enhance – Share year-over-year change in whole QHP enrollment
  • 4,264 – Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023
  • $863 – Common 2024 APTC (advance premium tax credit score) per QHP enrollee
  • 95% – Share of 2024 Market enrollees who had been decided eligible for APTC

Sources


Sources:

  • 2024 QHP enrollment totals – CMS.gov
  • 2023 QHP enrollment totals – CMS.gov
  • Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023 (FFM states) – Medicaid.gov
  • Variety of residents who transitioned from Medicaid to a QHP by December 2023 (SBM states) – Medicaid.gov
  • Common 2024 APTC – CMS.gov
  • Share of enrollees eligible for APTC – CMS.gov

 

 


Louise Norris is a person medical health insurance dealer who has been writing about medical health insurance and well being reform since 2006. She has written dozens of opinions and academic items in regards to the Reasonably priced Care Act for healthinsurance.org.

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