Confused about Obamacare? Not sure how it will affect you? If you enrolled in a plan last year, what does it mean for you this year? Have insurance and received a confusing notice?
Getting the health care you need is so important and a major part of that is making sure you have healthcare coverage. We understand getting health insurance can be a confusing process and we’re here to help. If you have any questions, please reach out to our health insurance Navigator- 412-258-9563 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In Pennsylvania, if you are 18 to 64 years old and are not offered job-based health insurance, there are new insurance options! You may qualify for coverage through the health insurance Marketplace or through HealthChoices, which now includes expanded Medicaid eligibility. Check out our guide on how to determine what you may be eligible for.
SelectPlan for Women Changes
As of June 30, 2015 SelectPlan for Women will no longer be offered but there are new options! As part of the Affordable Care Act, sometimes referred to as the health care law or Obamacare, you can now enroll in either the health insurance Marketplace or in HealthChoices, which includes a new expanded Medicaid program. As you may know, SelectPlan only covers reproductive health care, but these new options would cover all kinds of things from broken arms to strep throat. We suggest you look into these insurance options as soon as possible to ensure you have coverage for all of your health care needs and reproductive health needs when SelectPlan for Women coverage ends in the future.
Check out our fact sheet “SelectPlan for Women is Changing… What are my options?”
And remember, please contact our health insurance Navigator with any questions: 412-258-9563 or email@example.com.