I Cancelled the Wrong Health Plan, What Can I Do?

If you cancel a plan by mistake, the best thing to do is to quickly appeal. In many cases appealing a health insurance decision or marketplace decision will lead to a resolution in favor of the customer.

Should I Get an HMO, PPO, EPO, or POS?

What is the Difference Between a HMO, PPO, EPO, and POS? Which One Should I get HMO, PPO, EPO, and POS are all different types of health insurance provider networks offered by health plans. Of those HMO and PPO are the two most common. Below we help you understand HMOs, PPOs, EPOs, and POSs, each of…

How Can I Get Free Healthcare?

How Can I Get Free or Low Cost Healthcare and/or Health Insurance? Free or low-cost healthcare options include marketplace insurance with cost assistance, V.A., Medicaid/CHIP, and Medicare. Sometimes people qualify for medical care because of membership in other groups or they can use clinics. TIP: If you don’t find what you are looking for, see…

Get Covered During Open Enrollment

Getting the Word Out About Open Enrollment Help us get the word out about open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act. Open enrollment starts Nov 1st and ends Dec 15th in most states. If you can share that message with at least one person, then you’ve done a lot to help. Please share the message. TIP:…

Incarceration and Health Insurance

Do Incarcerated Individuals Get Healthcare? Incarcerated Individuals and Marketplace Health Coverage, Private Health Coverage, Medicaid, Medicare, and SSI We explore the rights of incarcerated individuals to Medicaid, Medicare, and SSI, which provide continued care for incarcerated people after confinement. All incarcerated people have a right to medical care and attention. However, incarcerated individuals don’t have the…

What is a Major Medical Health Insurance Plan?

A major medical health insurance plan generally describes any private individual or family plan sold after 2014 that follows the ACA’s new guidelines. This means it is a plan that counts as minimum essential coverage, offers the ten essential health benefits, follows guidelines for deductible and out-of-pocket maximum limits, and covers “major expenses” associated with serious illness…

Is Obamacare Mandatory for Everyone?

Does Everyone Have to Get Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act? Under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) anyone making above the tax filing threshold must obtain and maintain health insurance or an exemption throughout each year. While this is the gist, there are some important specifics that apply depending on family size, income, state, and…

Unaffordable Coverage at X Hundred a Month

The cheapest plan is typically $200 – $400, cost assistance caps the cost between 2% – 9.5% of MAGI. It’s rare that someone would pay over $600 for individual coverage, let alone $800.

What Student Plans Count for ObamaCare?

A student health plan counts as Minimum Essential Coverage for ObamaCare for ObamaCare if it’s fully insured or self insured, paying for university medical or counseling services doesn’t necessarily count as a student plan.

Insurance for Studying Abroad Under ObamaCare

Under ObamaCare when studying abroad you can get a PPO with coverage outside of the US, a student health plan, an employer plan, or some foreign insurance to avoid the fee, travelers insurance won’t avoid the fee.

Missionaries and ObamaCare

Missionaries living outside of the US for more than 330 days in a 12 month period are not required to get coverage but can get coverage.

How Do I Avoid Gap in Coverage When Moving?

When you move to a new state you can enroll up to 30 days before the actual move so your new coverage starts on or close to the date the old coverage ends. This helps avoid a gap in coverage.

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