181 results for "Information about health care"
Published onMay 21, 2020
It’s almost always best to get routine care and recommended
from a primary care provider. There are big differences between visits to your primary care provider and emergency care.
Published onMay 7, 2020
All Marketplace plans cover prescription drugs. Fill any prescriptions you got from your doctor and take them as directed. Here are 3 things to know about filling prescriptions:
Published onApril 23, 2020
If you applied for 2020 Marketplace coverage through a Special Enrollment Period, you may be asked to provide documents to confirm the life events that make you eligible. You must send them before you can start using your coverage.
Published onApril 9, 2020
Now that you have Marketplace health coverage, learn what you can do to stay healthy and get the care you need:
Published onMarch 12, 2020
Published onMarch 6, 2020
You may be hearing about the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the news. Currently, the rules in your Marketplace health plan for treatment for COVID-19, remain the same as for the treatment of any other viral infection. Check with your health insurance company for their specific benefits and coverage policy. Here are some other things to know about how your Marketplace health plan works when it comes to COVID-19:
Published onFebruary 27, 2020
You have until April 15, 2020 to file your 2019 federal income tax return. If you had a Marketplace plan in 2019 and used
to lower your monthly payment, you’ll have to "reconcile" your tax return.
Published onJanuary 30, 2020
Health coverage pays for provider services, prescriptions, hospital care, and special equipment when you're sick. It's also important when you're not sick.
Now that you're enrolled in a health plan for 2020, here's how you can use your new coverage throughout the year no matter your situation.
Published onJanuary 16, 2020
Attention: 2019 tax filing season has started. Here’s what you can do now to get ready.
Published onJanuary 2, 2020
With Marketplace coverage, you have access to free preventive services, like flu shots, check-ups, and screening tests. Getting these recommended services is an important step toward good health and well-being.