Treasury released a report with new data on sources of health insurance coverage for small business owners and self-employed workers.
Millions of Americans gained coverage or found more affordable options thanks to premium tax credits available through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Nearly 421,900 Virginians have signed up for health insurance through the federal marketplace, exceeding expectations that enrollment would reach 400,000 this year.
As of December 19, the number of consumers signed up for Marketplace coverage surged to more than 8.2 million nationally, including 375,891 in Virginia.
Anew report shows that Virginia consumers who reenrolled in the Health Insurance Marketplace last year and who switched to a plan with the same level of coverage saved $12 per month after tax credits, or $141 annually, relative to what they would have paid had they remained in the same plan as in 2014.
In Virginia, 385,154 consumers selected or were automatically re-enrolled in quality, affordable health insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace as of Feb. 22, according to a report released today by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.