Is Rockingham Memorial Hospital Opting Out of Any Insurance Plans that Are Part of the Health Care Exchange?

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HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) - Perry Crowder, the revenue director at RMH, said they aren't opting out due to a very limited amount of plans available.

They have 11 people that are trained to help people enroll in the health care exchange.

When people come in, they screen them to see if they don't have insurance to determine whether they qualify.

"And we have certified application counselors who are specially trained and certified by the federal government to assist individuals in enrolling in insurance through the federal marketplace. But we've already taken dozens of applications and this is occurring everyday," said Crowder.

In Rockingham County, those plans are Anthem and Optima.

For Augusta County the additional plan is Coventry.

And in Pendleton and Hardy Counties, it's Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield.


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