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From HMOs vs. PPOs, to metal levels, ACA plans, short-term plans, and more, making sense of which plan is best for you and your family can be very confusing.
We’re here to help you make a better decision about your health insurance choices. Our tools and information are created with you, the consumer, in mind so that you can choose the best plan quickly and easily. Start here to compare plan listings from the top carriers in the U.S. and determine what type of plan will deliver the best value and coverage.
Unless you have experienced a life event – like moving to a new state, having a baby, getting married or divorced, or other events that would change your insurance plan – you can’t enroll in an Obamacare plan outside of Open Enrollment.
You may be eligible, however, to enroll in a different type of plan, like a short-term or limited indemnity plan. Learn More.
Unfortunately, there are a lot of unknowns surrounding health insurance currently. While the government decides whether the Affordable Care Act will be replaced with the American Health Care Act, you should still choose some type of health insurance coverage. Luckily, there are different options to make sure you are covered, including Obamacare plans, short-term, limited indemnity, and critical illness plans.
Our goal is to help you make sense of health insurance, and find a plan that’s right for you and your family.
It only takes three easy steps to find your plan: