Open enrollment can be a challenging time, especially when everything keeps changing, from laws to plan options to premium rates.
That’s why we’ve enlisted the help of Frank, our health insurance guide. He’s ready to help you navigate the open enrollment in a straightforward and efficient manner – one that works for you.
We invite you to use this page to help you get started, and also visit our 2017 Open Enrollment Resource Center to learn more about Obamacare and health insurance.
If you want immediate assistance, a certified advisor is standing by. These individuals can answer your questions about Obamacare, calculate health insurance costs, and provide information on supplemental products to help lower your out-of-pocket healthcare expenses. They can even provide you with quotes and assist you with the application and enrollment process.
Why work with an agent? If you want more personal help shopping for health insurance – help from someone local – turn to a licensed agent. Agents can help you find individual Obamacare health insurance plans as well as supplemental coverage and provide guidance on selecting coverage that meets your healthcare needs and household budget. They are available during open enrollment and all year long.
Would you like someone to contact you about health insurance or supplemental plans? You can fill out a form, and a certified advisor will call you to discuss your coverage options and costs. Whether you are looking for an individual plan through the healthcare marketplace (i.e., state-based and federally facilitated exchanges) or in the private market, these professionals can assist you.
If you already feel comfortable shopping and applying for individual health insurance, you can get started as soon as open enrollment begins on Nov. 1, 2016. The INSXCloud platform lets you find coverage available through HealthCare.gov. Plus, you can also buy supplemental products that may be available in your state year-round, for instance, dental and vision plans.