ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - An oversight panel of Maryland lawmakers is scheduled to hold its second meeting to get an update on the state's defective health care exchange.
The committee is set to hear from state health officials Monday afternoon in Annapolis.
At the last meeting, state officials said while the state has improved the health exchange website, there are some problems that are not on track to be fixed by the March 31 enrollment deadline.
Lawmakers are expected to get an update on the number of people who are unable to complete the enrollment process. Other topics are expected to include how many problems the state exchange has that are believed to be fixable and an update on alternatives to the state exchange that are under consideration.