open enrollment

The Trump administration is under scrutiny for shortening the enrollment period and scheduling lengthy maintenance downtime for the Healthcare.gov website.
To get better coverage and save money, you may want to change Medicare plans during the Medicare Open Enrollment period from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7. You can switch from one Medicare Advantage plan to traditional Medicare or another Medicare Advantage plan.
The design of the ACA's financial support may be the reason that the only people are buying exchange plans in large numbers
Our humanity as a nation is stronger when all American can access the care they need. So this Open Enrollment, help us reach the many African-Americans who need the quality, affordable coverage waiting for them at the Marketplace.
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Affordable health insurance should not be a luxury. It is a necessity. Since I was elected to Congress in 2009, I have done everything I can to make sure that residents of the San Gabriel Valley can easily obtain affordable insurance that provides quality care.
Since I'm single and haven't been to the doctor in years, I've always chosen the cheapest option, which offers low coverage. I'm getting older, though, and next year I'd like to take better care of myself, starting with a checkup, without going broke. How can I choose a health plan that's right for me?
For many, evaluating health care coverage options is a really big decision, as it affects both health choices and finances, but with the right information and tools at hand, the process of signing up for and later reporting health care coverage on tax returns is simpler than ever. Here are some important things to know.
For many veterans, their families and their communities, the health coverage available through the Marketplace is one way that our nation keeps our promise to them. This Veterans Day, we honor those Americans who have served in uniform by making this nation stronger and healthier.
So why are these uninsured not obtaining health insurance through the marketplace like about 9 million have already done
Every year around this time, you're asked to make health care and other employee benefit selections for the upcoming year. Your employer may give you a booklet, invite you to an all-staff meeting or send you to a special website.
As tempting as it may be to ignore the open enrollment information that comes across your desk, I encourage you to consider it carefully. It can be a real plus for your financial health and well-being.
As open enrollment approaches at your workplace, here are some mistakes you might want to avoid.
Choosing health insurance is a difficult and often confusing task, so for many people, open enrollment is a time of hand-wringing and guesswork. High-deductible health plans are a gamble of sorts and aren't right for everyone. You could be stuck holding some significant bills if an unexpected emergency or illness arises.
In fact, Latinos are the ethnic group that is least likely to have health insurance. Without health insurance, it can be hard to afford even basic preventive health care like check-ups. We can do better for the ones we love, and the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, can help.
Shopping for health insurance can be confusing. It's too easy to choose a plan based on your monthly premium and neglect to take things like deductibles or out-of-pocket expenses into consideration.
This Open Enrollment period is sure to be drastically different than the first. Now that the time is here, it is important that all consumers be aware of the improvements, changes, and increased options available to them.