Some Consumers Still ‘In Line’ for Insurance Coverage

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Are you ready for Health Care Reform?

The health insurance marketplace open enrollment period ended on March 31, but there still are consumers considered ‘in line’ for coverage. Please share this with anyone you know who:

  • Couldn’t start or continue the application because of heavy traffic to HealthCare.gov or the Marketplace call center
  • Encountered maintenance periods that kept him or her from using the site
  • Was blocked by error screens or similar technical issues
  • Tried to get an appointment with a Navigator or other application assister but he or she had no times available before the deadline
  • Sent in an application by mail and didn’t get an eligibility result before the deadline


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As you explore your options, you may want some additional help. HealthCare.gov is your best source of information about the Marketplace. You can call a toll free number, 1-800-318-2596, to speak with a trained customer service representative, or visit HealthCare.gov for helpful videos and to participate in an online web chat.

On HealthCare.gov, you and your family can explore every qualified health plan in your area, and fill out an application when you’re ready. You’ll be able to take control with better information, including details about benefits and prices presented in clear language you can understand, so you’ll know what your premiums, deductibles, and other costs will be before you make a choice.


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