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Published on Oct 31, 2016
Call (855) 499-9670 for your free no-obligation quotation. Press 1 if under 65 to enroll, re-enroll or choose a new health plan. Press 2 if over 65 to enroll, re-enroll or choose a new medicare plan.
Get in early as Open Enrollment began on November 1st. We can find the best and most affordable health plan coverage whether getting insured for the first time or changing plan.
Under the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as "Obamacare" -- you can register for health insurance on your state's health insurance exchange or marketplace only during an annual open enrollment period, unless you have a "qualifying life event," such as getting married or having a baby.
If you buy health insurance through your workplace, your employer will inform you about its open enrollment period. The information below is for people buying health insurance on their own or for their family or employees.
If you are buying health insurance on your own, you have several options for purchasing a policy:
From your state’s health insurance marketplace -- check Healthcare.gov to find yours. This can be confusing and sometimes healthcare.gov is down or not working.
Directly from a health insurance company
From services like Open Enrollment Direct that offers health insurance quotes from multiple carriers and are often easier to deal with and more competitive than your state's marketplace.
Open Enrollment begins Nov 1st and ends Jan 31st. Get in early to avoid the crowds!
Call (855) 499-9670 today for your free no-obligation quotation.