The Optum review lays out different options for MNsure's approach to solving its website difficulties.
As of December 27, more than 53,000 Minnesotans had made arrangements to receive coverage through MNsure.
The median age of applicants through Nov. 30 is 50, and just 28 percent of the first to months' new insurance clients are under 30 years old.
MNsure's board of directors voted to add up to $750,000 in additional outreach grants at Wednesday's meeting. The move came in response to an uproar from groups -- primarily in the African American community -- that felt like they were slighted in the first round of $4 million in grants to 30 organizations.
[mnsure] Gov. Mark Dayton introduces the members of the MNsure board Gov. Mark Dayton has appointed the seven-member board that will oversee a state-run health insurance marketplace where 1.3 million people are expected to access insurance by 2016. Dayton picked the appointees from a pool of 112 applicants.
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