Purchasing coverage on the health insurance marketplace in Arizona can be complicated. Which plan is best? What insurer can you trust? Is the plan affordable? HealthMarkets is here to make it easy.
Our agents offer advice on making the best decision for coverage in the health insurance marketplace. Join the over 145,000 Arizonans who chose a plan from the Arizona marketplace in 2018.
HealthMarkets can help you weigh your options in time for Open Enrollment. Don't be one of the 12 percent of Arizona’s almost 7.2 million residents who don’t have health insurance. Call now for free information and help selecting the best plan for your needs.
Why Use HealthMarkets Instead of the Federal Exchange?
Free consultation with a licensed agent
Option to see an agent in person
List of all plans available to you on the exchange
Comparison of plans that are relevant to your needs
Ability to suggest health plans off the exchange
Assessment of tax subsidy eligibility
Dental and vision plans available
Selecting Individual and Family Plans in the Health Insurance Marketplace—Arizona
When shopping the health insurance marketplace in Arizona, there are several factors to keep in mind. Look at the annual limits on services and coverage associated with the plans that interest you before making a decision. Compare several plans, examining copayments and out-of-pocket limits as well as deductibles.
HealthMarkets’ licensed agents can help you decide which coverage and services meet your needs. We can help you weigh the pros and cons of the plans, so you make an informed choice.
Call (800) 360-1402 to get started.
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