Published onMay 24, 2018
When you move to a new state, you can’t keep a health insurance plan from your old state. To make sure you stay covered, report your move to the Marketplace as soon as possible. This way you can enroll in a new plan and avoid paying for coverage you won’t be able to use in your new state.
Published onMay 17, 2018
Now that you've found a doctor you trust, there are several steps you can take to maintain your good health.
Published onMay 10, 2018
Congratulations, graduates! Whether you’re starting a new job or planning your next move, you have options for health insurance. Getting insured may be easier than you think.
Published onMay 3, 2018
Your health and well-being are important and personal. You should have a doctor you trust and feel comfortable with.
Published onApril 26, 2018
Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) are free or low-cost health programs that cover many services, like hospitalizations, doctor visits, and prescription drugs. If you qualify for Medicaid or CHIP, your coverage can start right away, any time of year.
Published onApril 19, 2018
If you have certain types of life changes — like losing health coverage, moving, getting married, or having a baby — you may qualify for a to enroll in a Marketplace plan for the rest of 2018.
Published onApril 12, 2018
Don’t miss the April 17, 2018, deadline to file 2017 taxes and report your health coverage! No matter how you got health coverage — whether through the Marketplace, your job, or another source — you must report your 2017 coverage status to the IRS when you file taxes.
Published onApril 5, 2018
Visiting the doctor soon? Here are 5 things you can do to get ready.
Published onMarch 29, 2018
Choosing a provider you trust is one of the most important decisions you’ll make about your health care, and finding the right one can take a little work. Follow these 4 steps to help you choose:
Published onMarch 22, 2018
You can get health care in many different places, but it’s best to get routine care from a primary care doctor. Visiting your primary care doctor usually costs much less than visiting the emergency room, and you’ll spend less time waiting. Check out these 3 tips to know where to go for medical care: