Washington Healthplanfinder Enrollment Climbs

More than 323,000 Washingtonians have newly enrolled in private health coverage or Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) since Oct. 1, according to a press release from Washington Healthplanfinder.

More than 86,000 residents have now enrolled in private health plans – an 18 percent increase since Jan. 9. Additionally, the release said that more than 230,000 individuals previously covered through Apple Health have renewed their coverage through, for a total of 557,650 residents.

Updated enrollment numbers from Oct. 1 to Jan. 23 are included below.

Web and Call Center Data

Unique Visitors


Accounts Created


Call Center Volume (Jan. to-date)


Avg. Initial Call Center Wait Time (Jan. to-date)

2 min

Avg. Wait Time after Call Menu Selection* (Jan. to-date)

39 min


Enrollments Completed

Qualified Health Plans


Medicaid Newly Eligible Adults


Medicaid Previously Eligible but not Enrolled


Medicaid Redeterminations (Previously Covered)




In-Process Applications

Qualified Health Plan Applicants – Need to Pay




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