Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.) on Tuesday asked Maryland state officials to switch to the federally run health insurance exchange, while problems with the Maryland Health Connection are fixed.
Delaney has made this request before but said state officials have not answered him, even though the situation with the state-run service has not improved.
Delaney said Maryland is falling "well short" of enrollment goals for private coverage and is sending Medicaid enrollees "faulty applications containing the private information of strangers."
"These are egregious and unacceptable errors that raise serious doubts about the viability of our exchange," he wrote.
Delaney said he has asked repeatedly for an assessment of what it would cost to switch to the federally run HealthCare.gov website but said officials have not answered him yet.
"This lack of openness is not serving the interest of the people of Maryland," he wrote. "I once again respectfully ask for a response."