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Who will assist you in finding the right plan for you, at a premium cost you can afford.
You can shop for Obamacare insurance plans all year.
At the end of 2016 UnitedHealthcare will be leaving the individual exchange market in Florida as well as many other states they currently are offering individual plans. This exit will leave 44 of the state’s 67 counties only one choice of carriers in the exchange which is “Florida Blue.” However 85% of the state’s enrollees for Florida will have more than one choice with multiple carrier options.
Also leaving the Florida exchange is “Aetna” at the end of 2016 as well as all but 4 of the states where they currently offer plans for the exchange.
Cigna has plans to reenter the exchange in Florida after they had pulled out at the end of 2015
In 2017 Humana is scaling back on their participation on the exchange across the country but Sun Sentinel had confirmed Humana is continuing to offer plans in the Florida exchange.
A subsidiary of UnitedHealthcare (Harken Health) was planning to enter the exchange in the Miami and Fort Lauderdale areas for 2017. In 2016 Harken started to offer coverage in the Atlanta and Chicago areas and planned to then expand coverage into Florida in the upcoming enrollment period. Then in August reversed this saying they will not be offering plans in Florida in 2017. They have left the door open for a possible future expansion into Florida indicating people in South Florida could benefit and that they look forward to offering these services as part of a future expansion.
The state of Florida has an insurance exchange separate from Obamacare’s healthcare.gov. Florida Health Choices (myfloridachoices.org) is similarly designed to connect people to so far unspecified policies when it goes online soon.
Rose Naff, CEO of Florida Health Choices, said it will target small business owners and adults seeking gap coverage not provided by the federal health law or employer-sponsored plans, including adult dental care.
“The majority of Floridians are not buying on healthcare.gov. They’re buying in the private market, which is where we fit,” she said. “We’re not competing with the federal government.”
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, the 77% of you living in Florida who have health insurance now have more choices and better coverage than ever before.
Florida Residents – you can go to myfloridachoices.org
And better still… for the 23% of Floridians who do not have health insurance, or FL families and small businesses who buy their coverage but are not happy with the coverage or premiums, a new solution is here.
With coverage starting as soon as Jan 1, 2017. Families and small business in Florida can visit HealthCare.gov find the information they need prepare for open enrollment. OR use the form on top of this page to get free quotes on Florida Health Insurance from major providers.
The Health Insurance Marketplace will make it easier for Floridians to compare qualified health plans, get answers to questions, find out if they are eligible for lower costs for private insurance or health programs like Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and enroll in health coverage. BUT it is not the ONLY choice. You should compare quotes from major health insurance companies apart from the Marketplace – they are still very competitive. Just use the inquiry box on top or bottom of this page.
92% of Florida’s uninsured and eligible population may qualify for either tax credits to purchase coverage in the Marketplace or for Medicaid if Florida takes advantage of the new opportunity to expand Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Florida has received $1,000,000 in grants for research, planning, information technology development, and implementation of the Health Insurance Marketplace in Florida.
Under the new health care law – if your plan covers children, you can now add or keep your children on your health insurance policy until they turn 26 years old. Thanks to this provision, over 3 million young people who would otherwise have been uninsured have gained coverage nationwide, including 224,000 young adults in Florida.
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