Winona County continues to experience problems with the rollout of the state healthcare marketplace known as MnSURE.
Community Services Director Beth Wilms told the County Health Board in spite of having 125 local applications to far, those applications for MnSure coverage still cannot be accessed in order for the county to be able to process them.
Commissioner Jim Pomeroy acknowledged the problems.
Wilms said she expects a surge in local applications starting in early December. She also said a possible name change for MnSure may be coming because of confusion by the public with the MnChoice program...