Are you thoroughly confused about the new health insurance marketplace? Having trouble finding someone local who can answer your questions about your eligibility, coverage or possible subsidies that you might qualify for?
With open enrollment under way in the state’s health insurance marketplace, AARP Wisconsin wants to hear from members about their experiences—both good and bad—with signing up for coverage.
Starting October 1, Wisconsinites have a new and easier way to buy health insurance through the Wisconsin Health Insurance Marketplace. The Marketplace is for individuals and families, as well as small business owners. The Marketplace is an online “shopping mall” for health insurance and you will be able to choose your own private insurance coverage. Coverage will start as early as January 1, 2014.
When you enroll for a health plan in the new Michigan Health Insurance Marketplace beginning Oct. 1, you won’t have to go it alone. There will be live navigators available to help.
What is the Health Insurance Marketplace? It was created by the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare) and is set up as a new way to find It can help if you don’t have coverage now or if you have it but want to look at other options.
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