Published onSeptember 17, 2020
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends everyone 6 months and older get a yearly flu shot by the end of October. By getting the shot, you’re helping to lower the spread of flu-related illnesses, hospitalizations, and even death.
Published onSeptember 10, 2020
All plans offered in the Marketplace, cover a set of 10 , including ambulatory patient services, emergency care, and pregnancy, maternity, and newborn care.
Published onSeptember 3, 2020
If you recently lost health coverage, got married, had a baby, or experienced another , you may qualify for a to enroll in or change Marketplace coverage for the rest of 2020.
Published onAugust 27, 2020
Here are some important Open Enrollment dates for 2021 coverage to mark on your calendar:
Published onAugust 13, 2020
You may qualify for a to enroll in or change health plans if you or anyone in your household lost qualifying health coverage in the past 60 days or expects to lose it in the next 60 days.
Published onJuly 29, 2020
Congratulations on your new addition! If you recently had a baby or adopted a child, you may be eligible for a . This means you can enroll in or change your Marketplace plan even though it’s not Open Enrollment. Your new coverage can start the day of the birth or adoption, even if you enroll in the plan up to 60 days afterward.
Published onJuly 16, 2020
If you have Marketplace coverage and your income or household changes, update your application as soon as possible. These changes may affect the coverage or savings you’re eligible for.
Published onJuly 2, 2020
Summer is a popular time for moving. Depending on whether you move to a different state, your move may impact your current health plan.
Published onJune 18, 2020
Health coverage is important even when you don’t feel sick. No matter your health status, there are things you can do proactively to lead a healthier life.
Published onJune 4, 2020
Graduation is an important milestone. As you embark on the next phase of your life, it’s also important to have health insurance to protect you from unexpected medical costs.