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5 Things to know about Marketplace Open Enrollment – Starts Saturday Nov 15

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Open Enrollment is the period when you can sign up for or renew a health plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Open Enrollment for 2015 coverage starts November 15, 2014 – just 3 days away. Here are 5 important things to know: 2015 Open Enrollment lasts from November 15, 2014, to February 15, 2015. You…

Step 1 to stay covered through the Marketplace: Review your current health coverage

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If you already have health coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, it’s time to review your plan and decide if you want to make changes for 2015. You can choose to stay in your current plan (if it’s still offered) or change to a different plan. Insurance companies can change a plan’s premiums, cost-sharing, and…

Getting Covered in 2015: What You Need to Know

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On November 15th, millions of Americans will return to HealthCare.gov to find a new health insurance plan or re-enroll in their current plan. Here are 3 things you can do right now to get ready: Download this Marketplace checklist to gather the documents you’ll need to apply [PDF 95.1KB] Learn more about getting covered in 2015…

5 Steps to stay covered through the Marketplace in 2015

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Did you know that if you bought a health insurance plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace in 2014, you can renew your current plan or enroll in a different plan for 2015? There may be new, more affordable health care plans available to you that weren’t an option last year, or you may find another…

Have a 2014 Health Plan? Get Ready to Keep or Change it for 2015

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If you bought a private health insurance plan through the Marketplace in 2014, you can renew your current plan or enroll in a different plan for 2015. You can do this between November 15, 2014 and February 15, 2015. If you live in Idaho, Nevada, or Oregon, your process for 2015 enrollment has changed from…

Understanding your health coverage

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Health coverage pays for provider services, medications, hospital care, and special equipment when you’re sick. It’s also important when you’re not sick. Marketplace coverage includes preventive health services like immunizations for children and adults, annual doctor visits for women and seniors, screening and counseling for people of all ages, and more. The best news – it’s free….

Still need to send documents to the Marketplace? If you get a letter this week, time is running out

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We’ve been reaching out to some of you by mail, email, and phone if some information you gave us on your Health Insurance Marketplace application doesn’t match the data we have on file. It’s important that you submit the documents we need so we can help you stay covered through the Marketplace and keep any…

How to use your new Medicaid or CHIP coverage

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Now that you’ve joined the millions of Americans enrolled in the Medicaid program or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), it’s important to use your new coverage. If you have questions, contact your state Medicaid or CHIP agency. When you visit these two pages, just scroll down and select your state from the menu at the bottom. Here are…