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Last Chance to Enroll in Health Insurance Through Nevada Health Link’s Open Enrollment

(CARSON CITY, NV) – Nevadans have 10 days left to enroll in health and dental plans during the Open Enrollment Period (OEP) through NevadaHealthLink.com. Nevada Health Link, operated by the state agency, the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange (Exchange), is Nevada’s online marketplace connecting individuals to affordable health and dental coverage. Nevadans have until 11:59 p.m. on January 15 to enroll in plans, with coverage beginning February 1…(Read More) 

Open enrollment for Affordable Care Act ends Jan. 15

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Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act ends Jan. 15.

The U.S. government developed the Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare,” to help Americans access affordable health insurance through a health insurance marketplace. Americans can purchase federally regulated and subsidized health insurance in the marketplace during open enrollment.

“Everyone deserves access to affordable, quality health care coverage and services,” according to www.healthcare.gov, the federal website intended to help people sign up…(Read More)

Record number sign up for Affordable Care Act health coverage

A record 13.6 million Americans have signed up for health coverage for 2022 on the Affordable Care Act marketplaces, with nearly a month remaining to enroll in most states, the Biden administration announced Wednesday.

President Joe Biden’s top health advisers credited the increased government subsidies, which lowered out-of-pocket costs, for the surge in enrollment. They also said enhanced personal assistance and outreach helped connect more people to health insurance plans…(Read More) 

Statement by President Biden on 4.6 Million Americans Gaining Health Insurance This Year

I made a promise to do everything in my power to ensure that all Americans have access to quality, affordable health care — because I believe that health care is a right, not a privilege.

As 2021 draws to a close, I am proud to say that more than 4.6 million Americans have gained health coverage through the Affordable Care Act since I took office. From November 1st to December 15th alone, more than 13.6 million Americans signed up for coverage through HealthCare.gov and the state-based marketplaces — an all-time high. That includes 1.8 million new enrollees, a significant accomplishment that builds on the success of our earlier Special Enrollment Period. Americans who haven’t yet renewed their coverage or shopped for a plan can still visit HealthCare.gov through January 15th to sign up…(Read More) 

HOMETOWN HEALTH ENTERS THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT MARKETPLACE WITH SOFTHEON’S ENROLLMENT AND BILLING SOLUTIONS

RENO, Nev. and STONY BROOK, N.Y., Dec. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Nevada’s largest not-for-profit health insurance company, Hometown Health, has entered the Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace and has expanded their health plan offerings through a partnership with Softheon, a leading cloud-based health insurance exchange and service provider. Softheon’s innovative platform is helping bring quality health care to Nevada residents enrolling in Hometown Health insurance through Nevada Health Link(Read More) 

Final month for ACA health insurance enrollment

There is one month left to select 2022 Affordable Care Act health insurance plans. And those who select them starting Thursday, December 16 will have to wait until February 1 for coverage to start.

Plans for 2022 coverage can still be selectedthrough Jan. 15, 2022: The catch is, anyone who selects a plan on Dec. 16 or later won’t have coverage until February 1. Plans that start providing coverage January 1, 2022 had to be selected by December 15…(Read More) 

American Rescue Plan Expanded Obamacare Income Limits for 2022

The ACA (Affordable Care Act), otherwise known as Obamacare, was passed in 2010 to provide a marketplace where Americans could find affordable health insurance plans. Since the marketplace opened in 2014, it has provided subsidies for health insurance for Americans who earned incomes that are 100 percent–400 percent of the FPL (Federal Poverty Level).

The subsidies were used to help reduce the cost of health insurance premiums for those who didn’t have insurance through their employers or Medicare and Medicaid…(Read More) 

Affordable Care Act exchanges seeing record interest in heavily subsidized 2022 coverage

Americans are flocking to the Affordable Care Act exchanges to sign up for coverage for 2022.

The interest, which comes after a record number of people enrolled in 2021 Obamacare policies, is being spurred by the generous subsidies enacted earlier this year as part of the American Rescue Plan, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said Thursday.
The Biden administration and congressional Democrats are hoping to extend the hefty premium assistance through 2025 as part of their sweeping $1.9 trillion spending plan now in the Senate, where it faces a tough road…(Read More)

2022 ACA Marketplace Premiums Depend on Enrollee Income, Location

Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace premiums for 2022 depend largely on where individuals live, what their income is, and which plan they select, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) issue brief.

Under the American Rescue Plan Act, low-income individuals and families can receive temporary premium subsidies for ACA marketplace plans through December 31, 2022. The Build Back Better Act could extend this eligibility through 2025.

To understand how marketplace premiums are shifting before and after subsidies in 2022, KFF researchers analyzed county-level rate filing data obtained from state regulators, state exchange websites, and HealthCare.gov. All of the data reflects findings that apply to a 40-year-old with various incomes…(Read More)

Obamacare Premiums Are Falling

Premiums for individual coverage under the Affordable Care Act dropped more than 3% on average across the U.S. yet again for the most popular plans offered for the 2022 coverage year.

A new analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation shows premiums for the “benchmark silver plan” are down 3.1%. It’s the fourth year in a row that such premiums for individual coverage under the ACA known as Obamacare have dropped though rates “vary by county,” Kaiser said in its county-by county analysis...(Read More)

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Obamacare Premiums Are Falling

Premiums for individual coverage under the Affordable Care Act dropped more than 3% on average across the U.S. yet again for the most popular plans offered for the 2022 coverage year. A new analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation shows premiums for the “benchmark...

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