Members of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange agreed unanimously Tuesday to replace the guts of the Maryland Health Connection enrollment website.
The Maryland exchange will be using Web technology that Deloitte Consulting developed for Connecticut’s Access Health CT exchange enrollment system.
The Maryland exchange hoped to get 150,000 residents into commercial “qualified health plans” in 2014.
The exchange actually received QHP selection information for only about 60,000 people during the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act open enrollment season, officials said.
The individual QHP enrollment season started Oct. 1 and officially ended Monday.
An enrollment system developed by IBM, Curam and other vendors performed poorly, officials said.