Exchange signs up more than 100,000 Nevadans for health coverage

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That is a 25 percent increase in enrollment compared to last year and the largest since the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange began operating as a state-based marketplace in 2019.
In all, 101,409 individuals signed up for health coverage and 20,897 were new customers.
Gov. Steve Sisolak said he was extremely pleased with the numbers.
“Ensuring all Nevadans have access to quality, affordable health insurance is critical and the results from this year’s open enrollment show that Nevadans will get covered when they have affordable options like those provided on,” he said.
According to exchange officials, 88 percent of those who bought insurance through the exchange received some financial assistance and almost half of enrollees had a net premium of $100 or less. Some eligible people qualified for $0 plans.
The exchange is aimed at people who don’t qualify for Medicare or Medicaid and those who don’t have insurance from their employer including independent contractors and gig workers.
Information is available at 800-547-2927 or through


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