The Affordable Care Act (AKA ObamaCare) still requires complete contraceptive coverage despite the recent decision on Roe V. Wade. This means that even though the US Supreme Court decision leaves abortion rights up to each state, federal law still requires insurers to offer coverage. This could create instances where women have coverage for a service…
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A fix to the long-standing “Family Glitch” has been proposed by President Biden.
Open enrollment 2022 ended on Jan 15th in most states. However, you may still have options even if you missed the deadline.
Although some states have extended deadlines, open enrollment 2022 started Nov 1st, 2021, and ends Jan 15 2022 in most states. Outside of open enrollment, your options for coverage will be limited. If you haven’t enrolled, renewed, or made sure you are on a plan you like yet, your time is running out to get…
Open enrollment started Nov 1st, 2021, and ends Jan 15 2022 in most states. You can get covered and find out if you qualify for cost assistance during open enrollment.
Medicare Open Enrollment 2022 starts today October 15th and runs until December 7th. If you qualify for Medicare, this is the time of year you can join, switch, or drop a plan.
Open Enrollment will be extended from 45 days to 75 days this year. Open enrollment will run from Nov 1st, 2021 to Jan 15th, 2022 in most states.
Unless another extension is passed, August 15th will be the last day of extended enrollment for COIVD-19. If you don’t have coverage already and didn’t enroll by the 15th, you won’t be able to get coverage again until Open Enrollment 2022. 2021 Special Enrollment Due to COVID-19 Dates HealthCare.Gov Here are the deadlines for the 36…
CMS has extended the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) special enrollment period by three months to August 15 due to COIVD 19. The new dates are February 15, 2021: Special Enrollment 2021 begins. Aug 15, 2021: Special Enrollment 2021 ends. NOTE: Some states have unique deadlines and rules. Everyone who doesn’t have insurance qualifies, and many…
Unemployed Americans get expanded subsidies under the latest COVID relief bill starting July 1st and continuing for the rest of the year.
On Wednesday, June 16th, the US Supreme Court ruled 7-2 to confirm the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare). This resolves the longstanding lawsuit that had ruled that the Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional in the lower courts.
The American Rescue Plan effectively closed the Medicaid gap for people on unemployment for 2021 – 2022. In other words, people under 100% FPL who are not eligible for Medicaid in states that didn’t expand Medicaid and who are also on unemployment can now get marketplace subsidies under the Act. While closing the gap didn’t…
The American Rescue plan Act increases and expands cost assistance under the Affordable Care Act. Up to 29 million Americans stand to benefit from the changes.
Over 528,000 people have enrolled in health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) via the federal marketplace in the first six weeks of special enrollment for COVID-19.
ObamaCare Special Enrollment 2021 starts Feb 15, 2021, and ends May 15, 2021. Everyone qualifies for this special enrollment, so if you don’t have coverage, you can apply at HealthCare.Gov now.
A new stimulus bill being proposed would fully subsidize coverage up to 150% of the poverty level, would end the subsidy cliff for people who make over 400% FPL, and more.
There is a special enrollment period for 2021 in response to COVID-19. Special enrollment in HealthCare.Gov runs from February 15, 2021 to May 15, 2021.
The White House officially announced plans to sign executive orders to re-open the marketplaces for special enrollment and to roll-back Trump era changes to Medicaid and women’s reproductive health.
President Biden plans to reopen ObamaCare’s marketplaces for 6 months in response to the pandemic. They could open as early as Thursday, Jan 28, 2021.
Did you know some states will allow you to enroll in a Marketplace plan even after the Dec 15 national deadline?
Congress has adopted a measure to stop surprise billing by 2022 in the recent stimulus bill. Stopping surprise billing was also a plank of BidenCare (Joe Biden’s plan to build on ObamaCare).
Open enrollment 2021 is over, but you may still have options. Some states have extended deadlines each year, others will qualify for special enrollment, and others will qualify for Medicaid/CHIP.
Today is your last day to get covered in 2021 under ObamaCare in most states. See extensions and state-specific deadlines below for updates on extended deadlines.
Open enrollment for 2021 health insurance and cost assistance ends December 15, 2020 in most states. State-based extensions are listed below.
The Supreme Court appears to be siding with ObamaCare in today’s hearing, as most comments from the Justices implied ObamaCare should be able to stand without the mandate.