2016 Healthcare Open Enrollment

I want to let you know that open enrollment for health insurance through www.healthcare.gov is soon coming to an end. If you or someone you know is uninsured or needs to renew coverage, now is the time to sign up for quality, affordable coverage. This year’s enrollment will end January 31.

Plans change every year and, because of that, new, better and more affordable plans might be available to you. There may be plans available that offer the services you need, include more doctors, and save you money.

Financial assistance is only available for plans purchased through www.healthcare.gov.  

You can call 1-844-790-4946 or visit www.coveraz.org/connector to make an appointment to get free, confidential, unbiased help to get signed up for coverage.

The following Community Health Centers have staff who can provide you free, in-person, confidential help with enrollment in our community:

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There are also public enrollment events happening in the community:

Medicaid and Marketplace Open Enrollment Event with Flu Shot Clinic
January 30, 2016  10 am – 4 pm
South Mountain Community College
7050 South 25th Street Phoenix, AZ

No RSVP or signup is required. If you have questions about Medicare, call 602-264-4357. If you have questions about AHCCCS or the Health Insurance Marketplace, call 844-790-4946. For more information on this event, contact Jennifer Defreitas: (602) 326-4192, Jennifer.defreitas@cognosante.com.

Medicaid and Marketplace Open Enrollment Event with Flu Shot Clinic
January 31, 2016  9 am – 7 pm
Keogh Health Connection
3620 North 4th Ave Phoenix, AZ

No RSVP or signup is required. If you have questions about Medicare, call 602-264-4357. If you have questions about AHCCCS or the Health Insurance Marketplace, call 844-790-4946. For more information on this event, contact Marco Mendoza: (602) 266-0397, mmendoza@keoghhealth.org.

 

Here are five quick tips to make the most of Open Enrollment 2016:

  • Review: Plans change, people change. Review your coverage and look for a letter from your plan about how your benefits and costs may change in 2016.
  • Update: If you already have an account, login to HealthCare.gov.  Make sure your household income and other information is up-to-date. This information is important to keep updated because it impacts the amount of financial help you receive.
  • Compare: Because plans on the Marketplace change each year, new, better and more affordable plans might be available for you. Compare your current plans with the other plans that are available for you in your area.
  • Choose: Select the health plan that best fits your budget and health needs.
  • Enroll: You must enroll by January 31, 2016.  
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