Want to Lower Your Health Insurance Costs?

Starting April 1, the law makes health insurance much less expensive for people who don’t get it from their job, Medicare, Medicaid, or military and veterans programs.  The Open Enrollment period is for anyone who wants to take change or choose their plan through Healthcare.gov for this year and runs through August 15.  You can enroll in or change plans due to the COVID-19 emergency through August 15, or see if you qualify for Medicaid or CHIP.  This includes people who already bought a plan for this year and people who don’t have insurance right now.
The monthly premium for a particular plan may be lower than before, possibly much lower. Or, you might be able to get an even better insurance plan for what a lower-level one used to cost.
After August, people who have a major life event losing a job, getting married/divorced, or having a baby can still enroll for the rest of this year. Also, a new Open Enrollment for coverage in 2022 will open on the Marketplace on November 1.
Also, make sure your insurance covers prosthetics and orthotics!

GO TO: https://www.healthcare.gov/ for more information.

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