The Silver State Health Insurance Exchange Board action on Thursday leaves the door open for tens if not hundreds of thousands of people to reapply after open enrollment ends March 31.
Officials say up to 300,000 people may have tried over the past six months to choose a plan over Nevada Health Link but were thwarted by program errors in the system designed by Xerox.
Only about 22,000 people have successfully enrolled and paid for policies since the exchange went live Oct. 1.
Xerox officials had wanted the special enrollment be limited to about 10,000 people who have picked a plan but not yet paid for coverage.
Covered California says this year’s early health insurance enrollment is looking more promising than last year’s.
Covered California staff members are on a statewide bus tour visiting 21 cities in order to raise awareness about the start of open enrollment this Saturday.
California is gearing up for a fight over physician-assisted suicide now that a Bay Area woman has ended her own life.
State officials have chosen University of California health care systems as go-to facilities to treat California-based patients diagnosed with the Ebola virus.
Sacramento County says it has begun monitoring people in the area who have recently arrived from three West African countries affected by Ebola. Officials say very few people belong in that category.