Officials in Kansas and Maine have released more information about the health plans that could be available through their public exchanges.
Both states are letting the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services run federally facilitated exchanges for their residents.
The Kansas Insurance Department said its exchange system will offer three carriers in the individual market and two in the Small Business Health Options Program market.
The carriers on the Kansas individual exchange will be Coventry, a unit of Aetna Inc.; Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas; and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City.
In the SHOP market, Kansas City Blue will serve two counties in the Kansas City area. Kansas Blue will sell SHOP plans in the rest of the state.
Kansas has not yet said anything about rates.
In Maine, the state Bureau of Insurance illustrated rates proposed by the two carriers that have applied to sell coverage there.
The companies on the Maine individual FFE carrier list are Anthem, a unit of WellPoint Inc., and Maine Community Health Options.