Grain »
next
Display Options

Healthcare in Maryland(27 images)

| Slideshow | RSS RSS
  • Brian Lorraine of Silver Spring, Md. tries to sign up his family for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. "It wants to give us all these subsidies and I don't want them," Lorriane said. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Mary Anderson, public information officer for the Maryland Department of Health and Human Services, answers questions from residents trying to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Brian Lorraine of Silver Spring, Md. talks to his wife Lucia Zegarrra as they try to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Maryland residents wait to work with an assister from the Maryland Department of Health and Human Services as they try to sign up for health insurance on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Prasanthi Piumali Perera, left, stands with her family as they attempt to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Maudlyn George, 63, works with assisters to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Maudlyn George, 63, works with assisters to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Sugeesha Perera, right, hits a snag when his social security wouldn't register while attempting to sign up his family for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Prasanthi Piumali Perera, right, stands with her family as they attempt to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • The Perera family, from left, Sugeesha, Senuka, 12, Senanga, 10, and Prasanthi, wait to sign up for health insurance while Rosalba Fajardo, far left, and Richard Akenten, far right, assist others at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • The Perera family, from left, Sugeesha, Senuka, 12, Senanga, 10, and Prasanthi, wait to sign up for health insurance while Rosalba Fajardo, far left, and Richard Akenten, far right, assist others at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Tony Hausner, center, helps sign people in at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Douglas Sparks of Silver Spring, Md. waits for his turn to have his questions answered at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. "I'm ashamed of our state and where we're at at this stage," Sparks said. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • One of the workstations at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Maryland residents attempt to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Lam Nguyet, center, an assists Sakoun Khanhanout of Silver Spring, to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Maryland resident Eric Bucher, left, talks with Denise Akers, lead assister for the capitol region, at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Maryland resident Eric Bucher, right, talks with Denise Akers, lead assister for the capitol region, at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Maryland residents attempt to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Maryland residents had a tough time signing up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Maryland resident Trevor Burkhart talks with assisters about his next steps to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Volunteer Mark Ferrenz, left, chats with Justin Collins, 3, as Collins waited with his grandmother to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Victoria Chess waits with her grandson Justin Collins, 3, as they attempt to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Maryland residents attempt to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg
  • Maryland residents attempt to sign up for health insurance at the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services on Dec. 7, 2013. Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND Maryland’s state-run health-insurance exchange is lagging behind other states, despite strong support among Maryland leaders for President Barack Obama’s health law. Only 3,000 acquired private health coverage in the first two months in a state with about 600,000 uninsured. CREDIT: Greg Kahn for The Wall Street Journal. MARYLAND
    2013_1207_G...jpg


next