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Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment is NOW through December 15th

About the ACA Marketplace:

With the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, over 20 million previously uninsured Americans finally had affordable, comprehensive health care coverage, including those with preexisting conditions. Each year, beginning in November, Americans have the opportunity to shop for a plan that meets the needs of themself and their family by visiting HealthCare.gov and searching available coverage beginning January 2023. Those who have previously enrolled in coverage can renew their current plan or choose a new plan that better meets their health care needs.

 

Shopping for a plan:

Shopping for health care coverage can be intimidating. Do you simply shop for the lowest premium? Does the silver plan meet your needs? If the task of searching for the right plan for you seems overwhelming, you are not alone. But the good news is there is free, non-biased assistance available to Michiganders 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. An ACA Navigator is ready to help you find the right plan! Visit localhelp.healthcare.gov to find an ACA Navigator near you today.

 

How to enroll:

Before visiting the Marketplace, ensure you have all the information you will need to complete the online application. You can view all required documentation and information for enrolling or renewing coverage here

Visit HealthCare.gov and create a Marketplace account or log in to an existing one. Complete the Marketplace application to view your eligibility results. After reviewing all your eligible plans, select the plan that’s right for you and enroll by December 15th for your coverage to start on January 1, 2021.

 

Questions about enrollment?

If you have questions about enrolling in comprehensive health care coverage, visit HealthCare.gov or call the Marketplace hotline at 1-800-318-2596. For assistance choosing the right plan for you, visit localhelp.healthcare.gov, to find a local ACA Navigator.

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