Some people don't have health insurance because of an existing health problem (pre-existing condition).
Since January 1, 2014, health insurance plans must include certain essential health benefits and 100 percent coverage for preventive care & screenings when you use an in-network provider. And this is true even if you have a pre-existing condition. And insurance companies can't charge different premiums because of your health.
In addition to no longer allowing annual and lifetime benefit limits, the health care law provides new ways for you to get a break on the costs of 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