Deal Made with Exchange Providers

Maryland’s health secretary said on Monday night that an agreement has been signed to provide health insurance to those people who had computer problems when they tried to enroll in the state’s online insurance program.
 This agreement would allow the people who couldn’t enroll due to bugs in the state website to get coverage now. Dr. Joshua Sharfstein has told The Associated Press about this development. He said that the governor would announce the agreement on Tuesday when lawmakers might be considering emergency legislations to help people enroll in the health plan. He has further said that the state officials are working with health careers since past few weeks.