State-based public exchanges have reported enrolling a total of 49,100 consumers in health coverage, or 3 percent of the 2014 target.
Avalere Health offers that estimate based on press releases from and articles about 15 state-based Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act exchanges.
The Avalere chart includes enrollment data, updated as of Nov. 8, from Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington State and the District of Columbia.
Avalere compared state exchange enrollment numbers with their own 2014 enrollment projections for those states.
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Two states – Rhode Island and Vermont –already have enrolled more than 10 percent of the consumers Avalere expected them to get into plans next year. Rhode Island’s reached 11 percent of its 33,000 enrollment target, while Vermont’s hit 12 percent of its 30,000 target.
In terms of total enrollment, New York leads the pack with 13,300. But New York is one of four jurisdictions that have reported enrollment numbers and appear to have enrolled fewer than 3 percent of the total number of people Avalere anticipated. The others are Minnesota, Hawaii and the District of Columbia.
Avalere had to leave enrollment numbers from three large states – California, Oregon and Massachusetts – out of the Nov. 8 enrollment total.
Oregon hasn’t yet launched its enrollment site or reported enrollment numbers.
California and Massachusetts have released application activity data but not enrollment data.