You may have heard that the health care law requires most Americans to have health insurance. Open enrollment closed on March 31. But if you’ve had a major life event — such as a marriage, a new child, a move to a new area or you lost coverage through your job — you could still qualify for affordable coverage.
Another important part of the law is a requirement for most health insurance plans to cover essential health care – care and services considered essential for health.
Depending on your health insurance plan, you'll pay a portion of the cost if you receive these types of care and services, but you won’t have to worry anymore about whether essential health care is covered.
Starting January 1, 2014, most health insurance plans will cover certain specific care and services when you use an in-network provider:
If you’ve had a major life event — such as a marriage, a new child, a move to a new area or you lost coverage through your job — you could still qualify for affordable coverage. Find out if you qualify.
This is an estimate for a 2014 plan and does not include any cost savings you may be eligible for from the federal government. Your actual rate will depend on information entered in your application for coverage.
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But you could still qualify for affordable coverage if you’ve had a life event. These events include marriage, a new child, moving to a new area, losing coverage through your job, and other life changes. See if you qualify!Shop for Plans