Affordable Health Care
Currently, we are unable to shop the marketplace for you unless you have a qualifying life event.
Loss of Health Coverage
Losing existing coverage or job, turning 26, or losing eligibility for Medicare, Medicaid
Change in Household
Getting married or divorced, having a baby or a death in the family
Changes in Residence
Moving to a different ZIP code or county,
Other qualifying events
Changes in income, becoming a US citizen, leaving incarceration or an AmeriCorps members starting or ending their service
Missed Open Enrollment
If you missed the opportunity to enroll in an ACA plan, this plan will give you some coverage
Some employers do not offer coverage right away or don’t offer coverage at all
Waiting on an ACA Plan
You may have to wait for your plan to begin, with this plan you’ll at least have something to cover you while you’re waiting
Short-term Major Medical
Short-term medical insurance is not a substitute a plan that meets the minimum necessary coverage levels defined the Affordable Care Act. However, it does offer protection in the event of an unexpected injury or illness while waiting for coverage to begin under an ACA-qualified plan.
A type of plan that pays a set amount to you if you need to be hospitalized.
Pays you directly
It doesn’t matter if you have medical coverage or not, these plans will pay you while you’re hospitalized
If you work more than 30 hours per week and are gainfully employed, you are eligible
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Annual Enrollment Period
October 15 – December 7
If you’re about to turn 65 and need help in choosing the best Medicare plan for you- we’re here to answer all of your questions for your health insurance needs.
Already 65 and already covered? We’re here to answer any questions you may have regarding your current Medicare plan!