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The healthcare gov’s website 2017 open enrollment period ended Jan 31, 2017

Marketplace Healthcare GOV Site Open Enrollment 2018
NEW DATES REDUCING OEP TO 45 DAYS

OEP 2018 new dates start November 1, 2017 and end December 15, 2017. The new Open Enrollment period has been shorted to 45 days reducing the time allowed to change your plans if needed. This means you will need to start earlier when making decisions about your personal healthcare for OEP 2018.

You can still signup for a marketplace insurance plan if you have had
a qualifying life event. If you’re not eligible for a Special Enrollment Period,
you can get short-term medical coverage to keep ease of mind
until the 2018 Open Enrollment period.

You have a choice as to where you buy your health insurance.

You don’t have to use the healthcaregov site,

you can buy directly from major insurance providers.

Just put in your zip code in the box above
and set the age parameter to view agents near you. FOR FREE!

OR CALL1-855-401-8383

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The Health Insurance Marketplace

Healthcare.gov is a federal government website managed by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

Seven things you can do to get ready BEFORE you apply for health insurance anywhere….

  1. Learn about different types of health insurance. Through the Marketplace, OR the zip code box above this article –  you will be able to choose a health plan that gives you the right balance of costs and coverage.
  2. Make a list of questions you have before it is time to choose your health plan. For example, “Can I stay with my current doctor?” or “Will this plan cover my health costs when I am traveling?”
  3. Make sure you understand how health insurance works, including deductibles, out-of-pocket maximums, co-payments, etc. You’ll want to consider these details while you’re shopping around.
  4. Start gathering basic information about your income in the household. Most people will qualify to get a break on costs, and you will need income information to find out how much you are eligible for.
  5. Set your budget. There will be different types of health plans to meet a variety of needs and budgets, and breaking them down by cost can help narrow your choices.
  6. Find out from your employer whether they plan to offer health insurance, especially if you work for a small business.
  7. Explore current options. You may be able to get help with insurance now, through existing programs or changes that are in effect already from the new health care law.

Health Insurance Gov | InsuranceMarketplace | ObamaCare HealthInsurance | The Marketplace for Health InsuranceBetter health insurance choices

When key parts of the health care law took effect in 2014, there became a new way to buy health insurance: the Health Insurance Marketplace. The Marketplace is designed to help you find health insurance that fits your budget, with less hassle.  Every health insurance plan in the new Marketplace will offer comprehensive coverage, from doctors to medications to hospital visits. You can compare all your insurance options based on price, benefits, quality, and other features that may be important to you, in plain language that makes sense. You’ll know you’re getting a quality health plan at a reasonable price, because there’s nothing buried in the fine print.

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