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North Carolina Health Insurance Marketplace - Learn More
Although the new healthcare regulations may make families spend more time finding the right plan in a health insurance marketplace, North Carolinians have more choices than ever. HealthMarkets Insurance Agency helps to break down those choices and our service comes at no additional cost to you.
Your Policy on the Health Insurance Marketplace in North Carolina
According to the HHS, after first open enrollment period in North Carolina, out of 560,357 residents enrolled in NC, 92% opted for a plan with financial assistance. New restrictions on how insurance companies spend your money (known as the 80/20 rule) resulted in $8,488,477 in refunds for North Carolinians from their insurance companies.
Health care doesn’t have to be costly and we can help break down those costs and talk about any assistance you may qualify for. Get in touch with HealthMarkets today in time for open enrollment soon. Skip the hassle and contact us, our services come at no cost to you.
Options on the Health Insurance Marketplace in North Carolina
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) passed in early in 2014, the majority of Americans are required by law to enroll in health insurance coverage during open enrollment or face a steep penalty. This can put a strain on some people’s pockets, but HealthMarkets' agents can assist you in finding subsidies to help pay for your coverage.
There are many subsidies available that can help lower the cost of your health insurance plan; HealthMarkets agents can check to see if you’re eligible for these subsidies and help you enroll in an appropriate plan. HealthMarkets can be a huge help when trying to navigate the health insurance marketplace.
North Carolina residents can also receive assistance applying for Medicare, and then enrolling in a plan that meets their needs if they are eligible. HealthMarkets’ agents are familiar with Medicare Advantage and can help you compare plans and choose one that meets your medical and financial needs.
----------Source: HHS: http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/facts-and-features/state-by-state/how-aca-is-working-for-north-carolina/index.html