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Start or join an Open Enrollment Street Team. Get your friends together and distribute fliers letting people know that they can sign for coverage and that financial assistance is available.
Open Enrollment Toolkit | Download here
Mark Your Calendar: Open Enrollment is Coming | Download
General overview for all people highlighting what you need to know about this important time of year and why not to miss it.
Think Twice Before Buying a Short-term Health Plan | Download
Describes the limitations of short-term plans now more readily available on the Marketplace.
Choose Wisely: Tips for Medicare Enrollment| Download
Explains why people with current Medicare coverage should reevaluate plans each year and not miss an opportunity to make adjustments.
8 in 10 Qualify | Twitter
Get America Covered’s Twitter-sized image “8 in 10 qualify for financial help”
Identifying the Right Policy Among a Sea of Plan Options | Download
A guide to comparing plan options
Finding a Health Plan With More Coverage | Download
Answers questions such as “Why should I care?” and explains the big ways cost-sharing differs among plans.
States With Extended Deadlines
January 15, 2019
Connect for Health Colorado
January 15, 2019
DC Health Link
January 31, 2019 (plan will have a delayed start)
January 23, 2019 (after December 23 will be a Feb 1 start date)
January 13, 2019 (after December 16 will be a Feb 1 start date)
NY State of Health
January 31, 2019
Health Source RI
December 31, 2019
Washington Health Plan Finder
January 31, 2019 (December 16, 2018 – January 15, 2019 will result in a Feb. 1 start date; Jan 16 – 31 will be a March 1 start date)