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State Health Insurance Exchange Nears Opening, Solicits Printing Vendor

March 27, 2013, 10:46 AM HST
* Updated March 27, 11:03 AM
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Coral Andrews, executive director, Hawaii Health Connector. Courtesy photo.

Coral Andrews, executive director, Hawaii Health Connector. Courtesy photo.

By Sonia Isotov

Hawai‘i Health Connector, the new health insurance exchange, is getting closer to opening and today announced that it has released a request for proposals for a vendor to provide high-volume printing and mailing.

The nonprofit State-based exchange, which is scheduled to open October 2013, is seeking a qualified vendor that can print and mail approximately 10,000 invoices and notices on a monthly basis.

“The Connector has a purpose throughout the state to make the purchase of health insurance accessible and easy,” said Coral Andrews, executive director of Hawai‘i Health Connector, in a media announcement today.

“Reliable, efficient mailings and communications will help ensure our success.”


The vendor should be additionally prepared to print and mail a variable number of appeals, notices, and advertising pieces to mailing lists that will be provided.


The RFP can be found on the Connector’s website at:

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