Land of Lincoln Health enrolls more than 50k members

Land of Lincoln Health, the only nonprofit health insurance Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan in Illinois, announced that it has enrolled more than 50,000 members, exceeding its 2015 membership goal by more than eight months.

In its second year, LLH has captured more than 25 percent of new enrollees on the Illinois health insurance exchange and experienced more than an 80 percent retention rate among existing members, according to a news release. A total of more than 45,000 new members signed up during the 2015 open enrollment period, with more expected during the ongoing tax season special enrollment extension and through continued growth from small to mid-sized businesses, the release reads.

LLH leaders attribute this year's growth to LLH's affordable, "broad access plan options," such as the eightPreferred Partner Plansoffered in collaboration with someofthe state's most recognized hospitals and health systems.

More information about LLH is available here.


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