Enrolling For Health Insurance

Enrolling for health insurance by Feb. 15

Enrolling For Health Insurance

Posted by Bressan Alexandre on Thursday, 10 October, 2019 18:28:20

Choosing a health care plan for the year ahead is an important decision during open enrollment. You can explore your health care options and decide what coverage is best for you before you enroll. United Healthcare has many resources available to help you decide.

In most cases, you would need to wait until the next Open Enrollment period starts on November 1, 2019 to change your health insurance plan or enroll in a new one. However, even after Open Enrollment has ended, there are some ways to still get health insurance coverage now.

During the annual FEHB Open Season, anyone eligible to participate in the FEHB Program may enroll, change health plans or options, cancel your FEHB enrollment, and change participation in premium conversion (waive or begin participation).. Outside of Open Season, newly eligible employees may enroll within 60 days of their becoming eligible for the program, members who move outside of the area

Divorce.If you lose your existing health insurance because of a divorce, you qualify for a special open enrollment based on the loss of coverage rule discussed above. If a court orders a parent to obtain health insurance as part of a custody agreement, the exchange must allow the parent the option to backdate the coverage to the date the court order was issued, although the parent can also opt

To see all available data on Qualified Health Plan options in your state, go to the Health Insurance Marketplace website at HealthCare.gov. HealthMarkets Insurance Agency, Inc. is licensed as an insurance agency in all 50 states and DC. Not all agents are licensed to sell all products. Service and product availability varies by state.

Open enrollment is a period of time each year when you can sign up for health insurance. If you don't sign up for health insurance during open enrollment, you probably can't sign up for health insurance until the next open enrollment period, unless you experience a qualifying event.