Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange

Senate Republicans are pressing for a constitutional amendment that would limit the governor’s ability to issue administrative regulations.

As the federal government broadens its search for solutions to problems with the national health care site, Kentucky is among the states sharing ideas.

State Representative Mary Lou Marzian and Winchester pediatrician Ralph Alvarado offered different takes on the Affordable Care Act on KET. 

Gov. Beshear says he is proud that Kentucky is the only southern state to create its own health benefits exchange, predicting that others will follow.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Kentucky’s online health insurance exchange went live at midnight and the site has seen a rush of activity, along with a few glitches.

FRANKFORT, Ky -- After more than a year of preparation, Ky. is set to begin signing up uninsured residents for health coverage Tuesday.

LEXINGTON, Ky.  - The Xerox call center in Lexington is looking for 100 additional full time employees to provide information to those signing up for coverage through Kentucky’s new health benefit exchange, part of the Affordable Care Act.  

Xerox spokesperson Chris Gilligan says the company has contracted with the state to provide the customer care support.