HONOLULU — Hawaii's insurance exchange has enrolled just 574 people since it launched in October.
This a little more than double the 257 who signed up during Hawaii Health Connector's first month of open enrollment.
Hawaii News Now (http://bit.ly/IItf5r ) reported the exchange announced the figure at a board of directors meeting at the state Capitol on Friday.
One primary purpose of the board meeting was to introduce Interim Executive Director Tom Matsuda.
Matsuda is taking over from Coral Andrews, who resigned.
The exchange was scheduled to start open enrollment on Oct. 1, but software problems forced a two-week delay.
The exchange has said nearly 90,000 uninsured Hawaii residents are eligible for coverage under the marketplace.