The Healthcare.gov website is where consumers can shop and compare health insurance polices under the ACA and is performing better this time around and more and more consumers are enrolling for plans through their own website.
The process of direct sign-ups, with the rules being finalized by CMS in 2013, which allows enrollments for subsidy-enrollment eligible Americans through their own site, instead of consumers logging onto the healthcare website and accessing financial subsides these way.
When you log onto the website, it will access your record if you have previously enrolled. Or if you have a new enrollment, they will be able to actually go right out and calculate the available subsidy for you and pull back all of your relevant information.
This process also includes extra questions, which is aimed at help Americans filter through the different plans that are available to them. Such as healthcare provider preferences.