HONOLULU (AP) - 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 reported the exchange announced the figure at a board of directors meeting at the state Capitol on Friday.
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.