Published onApril 17, 2014
Open Enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace® is closed for 2014, but you may still have options to get health coverage this year. And if you joined the millions of Americans who have already signed up for Marketplace coverage, we can help you learn how to use it.
Your options after March 31, 2014
The next open enrollment period begins on November 15, 2014 for coverage that can begin as early as January 1, 2015.
Published onApril 16, 2014
You can apply for Medicaid or Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) coverage, even though Marketplace Open Enrollment for 2014 is over.
Medicaid and CHIP are joint state and federal programs that provide coverage to millions of Americans with limited incomes and some people with disabilities.
There’s no limited enrollment period for these programs. You can apply any time. If you qualify, you (or a family member) can enroll immediately.
Published onApril 15, 2014
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.
Published onApril 2, 2014
Now that you’ve joined millions of Americans in getting coverage, you need to learn how to use it.
Here are some steps you can take right now to ensure that you have access to health care once your coverage begins. Follow the links below to learn how to confirm your enrollment with your insurance company, fill a prescription, get care when and where you need it, and appeal a decision by your insurance company.
Published onApril 1, 2014
The special enrollment period has ended for consumers who tried to enroll by the March 31 deadline. See if you can still get coverage through the Marketplace or Medicaid/CHIP.
We know many of you worked hard to finish enrolling in a health plan in the Health Insurance Marketplace®. Sometimes despite your best efforts, you might have run into delays caused by heavy traffic to HealthCare.gov or our call center, maintenance periods, or other special situations that prevented you from finishing the process on time.