Questions about affordable health insurance?
Help is a phone call away. Call 1-888-982-9144 today!
Whether you and your family are currently without health insurance, or you would like help re-enrolling in an affordable health plan, we are here to help.
We have a representative on staff who can provide personal assistance to help you understand your options and choose the plan that best fits your needs.
Call 1-888-982-9144 to get started! Enrollment ends January 31.
Why health insurance? All plans have coverage for*:
* Affordable primary care and pediatrician visits
* Prescription drugs
* No-cost preventive healthcare and screenings
* Emergency room and urgent care visits
* Pre-existing medical conditions
*You may qualify for access to medical care through the Medicaid program. Plan pricing may vary based on geographic location, age, smoking status, and the number of individuals covered. In addition, premium tax credits may lower premium costs on many Marketplace plans.
Contact 1-888-982-9144 to learn more.
What You Need to Know
Accessible and affordable health coverage is available to you through state- or federally-run Marketplaces where you can view, compare and purchase various health insurance products -- with one application. Plans offer the same set of essential benefits that most private plans offer -- often at a lower cost.
A variety of plans are offered, and many people qualify for financial assistance to help lower the cost of coverage. Our representatives on staff can help you review available plans, answer your questions and compare plan offerings, to help you make the choice that's right for you.
If you enrolled in a health plan last year, open enrollment is your opportunity to re-enroll, make changes in your coverage or choose another plan that better suits your needs. You will receive information from your current plan on re-enrolling to find out what steps you need to take. Some plans require re-enrollment; others will re-enroll you automatically. All current plans end on December 31, 2015. For coverage effective January 1, 2016, you must enroll in a plan by December 15, 2015.
Gather the following documents in preparation for determining financial assistance:
- Social Security Numbers (or document numbers for legal immigrants)
- Employer and income information for every member of your household who needs coverage (for example, from pay stubs or W-2 forms--Wage and Tax Statements)
- Policy numbers for any current health insurance plans covering members of your household
- A completed Employer Coverage Tool (click here) for every job-based plan you or someone in your household is eligible for. (You'll need to fill out this form even for coverage you're eligible for but don't enroll in.)