The Thanksgiving holiday may have gobbled up sales energy at Maryland Health Connection.
Managers of the state-based exchange said 734 consumers enrolled in qualified health plans, or commercial plans, through their system during the week that ended Nov. 30.
QHP enrollment was higher than the weekly average of about 380 for the previous eight weeks but lower than the total of 771 recorded during the week before.
The exchange signed 1,803 people up for Medicaid plans, down from 1,884 the previous week. The weekly exchange Medicaid enrollment average has been about 1,440.
Only 4,933 residents created new exchange accounts, down from 5,945 the previous week, and down from a weekly average of about 8,130.