To speak with a representative directly, call (855) 381-5972
Click on the state below for details of it’s health exchange:
You can enroll in a Marketplace or exchange via online or at the actual storefront. At each state site you will find the unique benefits, the network providers, the important contact information, as well as a calculator used to help you gauge what your costs might be for coverage. People who apply through the marketplace may qualify for tax credits or possibly out-of-pocket savings. These savings would be based on the household income as well as the household size. You will also find Medicaid and Child’s Health Insurance Programs (CHIP).
CHIP and Medicaid have a fluid enrollment period, so you can enroll at any time. These are free or low cost programs for families with limited income.
Additionally, each state has an emergency special enrollment period for unexpected events. You can find out if you are eligible for the emergency enrollment period at https://www.healthcare.gov/screener/. Simply fill out the application and then your status will be determined. These programs help millions of American citizens who have limited incomes, extreme situations, or disabilities.
The site also has a one-page guide, a date and deadline feature, a Medicaid and CHIP section, and a savings section. You can also access the blog, which will provide to you special information about Obama Care. This is a good place to go if you have general questions. You may be able to find the answers to your questions at the blog. As the open enrollment period nears you will see postings for almost every day and sometimes several a day.
If you go to http:obamacarefacts.com/insurance-exchange/health-insurance-marketplace.php you can see links to all of the state marketplaces. There are also facts and details at the site.
The marketplace has eleven important links:
- What is the health insurance marketplace?
- Sign up for Obama Care
- Obama Care open enrollment period
- Missed deadline for Obama Care
- Special enrollment period
- Obama Care Changes and Delays
- ACA enrollment numbers
- Health Insurance Guide
- Qualified Health Plan
- State Health Insurance Exchange
- Find your marketplace