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Lucinda Jesson, a board member and Dayton’s human services commissioner, said it will be important to track accounts created and enrollment geographically in order to figure out how much progress the program is making in underserved areas and in minority communities so the agency can shift focus when necessary.
“If we know that we’re not meeting our enrollment targets in Beltrami County, where we know there are a lot of people without insurance, but we’re making more progress in Winona, then we need to shift resources,” Jesson said.
Beutner then asked what the enrollment targets are. Todd-Malmlov said MNsure has general monthly goals, but didn’t share them, and referred to the earlier projection of 930,000 enrolling in 2014.
“What we were projecting to come in from the call center is really close to what we’re getting,” Todd-Malmlov said. “So I do think that we’re in the ballpark of what we were thinking.”
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