Building on Our Success, Preparing for the Future
“I am pleased to be featured in the Massachusetts Health Connector’s 2013 Progress Report. This featured story showcases Waugh Agency’s ongoing commitment to securing affordable health insurance for groups and individuals in Massachusetts.” – Matt Waugh, Waugh Agency, LLC
A digest version of the report is available here.
The full 2013 Progress Report is available on MA Health Connector website via this link.
What is the Massachusetts Health Connector?
Massachusetts led the nation in 2006 with a comprehensive health care reform law and the establishment of a new Marketplace: the Massachusetts Health Connector, designed to make affordable health insurance available to more people. Today 250,000 Massachusetts residents have health insurance through the MA Health Connector, and our state has the highest rate of health insurance coverage in the nation. National health reform builds upon the successful example set by Massachusetts.
What does the MA Health Connector 2013 Annual Progress Report say?
The progress report details the many significant changes updates, and additions made by the Health Connector in the last 12 months and last three years as it prepared for national health care reform. The report also looks at the the major accomplishments over the life of the Health Connector, since it’s founding in 2006. Finally, the report discusses some of the MA Health Connector’s future goals and improvements to be rolled implemented in the coming months and year.
Why was Waugh Agency, LLC featured in the report?
Waugh Agency owner, Matt Waugh worked with the MA Health Connector in their 2009 Contributory Plan small group health insurance pilot program, and has, in subsequent years, participated in discussions and interviews with their sales and IT departments to develop better tools for brokers and business owners. In October of this year, Matt was invited by the MA Health Connector to be in attendance at Faneuil Hall in Boston, to hear President Obama’s remarks on the state of National health reform, and the significance of Massachusetts’ reforms.