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Hawaiʻi Health Connector Enrollment Open Until Midnight on Sunday, Feb. 15

February 13, 2015, 1:02 PM HST
* Updated February 13, 1:04 PM
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Hawaiʻi Health Connector logo.

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By Maui Now Staff

The deadline to apply for affordable health insurance through the Hawaiʻi Health Connector has been extended until midnight on Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015.

The program is offering extended hours and several special enrollment events to help assist individuals and families in getting coverage.

A Maui enrollment event is planned from 5 p.m. to midnight on Sunday at Nursing Hand Hawaiʻi, located at 504B Liholiho Street in Wailuku.

Similar events offering personalized assistance will be held on Oʻahu from noon to midnight on Sunday at the State Capitol Rotunda and at Hale Naʻau Pono in Waiʻanae from 3 p.m. to midnight.  On Hawaiʻi Island, the Hawaiʻi Island Workforce & Development ʻOhana will host an enrollment event from noon to midnight on Sunday on Kinoʻole Street in Hilo.

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All of the services being offered at these Connector events are also available through the Customer Support Center where additional staff will be available to help through midnight on Feb. 15. The phone number to call is 1-877-628-5076.

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For more information about the Hawai‘i Health Connector and other events being held throughout the state, interested individuals can visit www.hawaiihealthconnector.com.

The Hawaiʻi Health Connector is a private non-profit organization established to help Hawaiʻi’s families and small businesses to reduce the number of uninsured individuals.  The health insurance exchange conforms to requirements of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and serves as a transparent marketplace where individuals can gain access to assistance programs, premium assistance tax credits, and cost-share reductions.

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