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Get covered in 2014!

Enrollment Options

2014 Open Enrollment ended on March 31. If you missed open enrollment, there are several ways you can get covered. 

You can enroll in a health care reform plan ONLY if you've had a qualifying life event. If you have not, you can shop for a Short-Term Health plan.

Special Enrollment Shopping

If you've experienced a qualifying life event in the past 60 days, you can shop and enroll in one of our health care reform plans. Examples of a qualifying life event include:

  • Marriage
  • Divorce
  • Job loss
  • A move to a new place

Are You Eligible for Lower Costs on Your Monthly Premium?

Depending on your household income and the number of dependents, you may be eligible for a subsidy. If you make equal to or more than the annual income outlined, you will not qualify.

Persons in Household Annual Income:
 

1 $45,960
2 $62,040
3 $78,120
4 $94,200

 

Source: http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R41137.pdf

 

I've had a qualifying life event, qualify for tax credit assistance and need coverage

If you're eligible for the tax credit assistance, you can apply and shop for coverage here. 

I've had a qualifying life event, do not qualify for tax credit assistance and still need affordable coverage

Even if you’re not eligible for the tax credit assistance, we have lots of affordable plans and easy ways to shop for coverage.

Apply and Shop Online!

Apply for the tax credit assistance and then shop for the health care reform plan that’s right for you.

Shop Online!

Visit our BlueCross marketplace to find the plan that’s right for you.
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Short-Term Health Options

Have you not experienced a qualifying life event? You can enroll in a Short-Term Health plan and fill the gap until the 2015 open enrollment begins. 

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