Efforts to help people navigate the website include notices in the form of a Consumer Information Update page containing "advice on how to work around some of the issues on the website." Tips range from which fields are required to notices about routine maintenance and the unavailability of the site during specific hours. There is also a feedback form for those who have used the site.
For some, they just want a "live person" to guide them through the process. In Prince George's County, local workshops offer in-person assistance for people to compare and enroll in health insurance plans. Click here for a full list of enrollment event locations.
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