New Hampshire Gets Okay From Feds For Health Exchange Partnership

Mar 7, 2013

The Federal government announced today that New Hampshire’s application for a partnership health care exchange has been approved. Exchanges are the new marketplaces where individuals and small businesses will shop for health insurance starting in October of this year. 

The partnership means the N.H. Insurance Department will continue to regulate plans sold in the state. The Federal government will pay for and control the new marketplace website and the '1-800 call center'.

New Hampshire is one of 7 states that applied to partner with the Feds. Sixteen states have opted to run their own marketplaces.