The Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange is compiling a list of brokers who want to sell exchange plans.
Kentucky agents can go here to tell the exchange they want access to the Kentucky exchange kynect enrollment system.
The exchange will then invite the agent to participate in an online, self-study training program, officials said.
Except for participating carrier reps, agents who participate must have appointments with at least two exchange plan issuers.
In other exchange news:
- The DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority Executive Board has approved grants for 35 groups that will provide in-person help for individuals, families and small groups using the District of Columbia's exchange program. The organizers will use $6.4 million in funding to support about 150 outreach workers this year and next, officials said.
- The Washington Healthplanfinder is advertising an opening for a reconciliation specialist who could earn $55,000 to $65,000 per year. The reconciliation specialist is supposed to understand how reconciliation processing works in government health program eligibility determination programs. The ideal candidate will have a broad knowledge and understanding of the health care industry.
- Court lets Oklahoma proceed with PPACA suit
- Researchers track essential health benefits efforts
- IRS completes exchange disclosure regs