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Let’s go over how coverage works.


How comfortable are you navigating Affordable Care Act (ACA) insurance ... or insurance at all? No matter where you’re at, we’ve covered what you need to know for open enrollment on November 1.


Dig deeper into the ACA


The top insurance terms you'll want to know


Let's go over some common insurance terms you might see during your coverage search.

Is ACA coverage right for you?


If you don’t have insurance through your job or a government program like Medicare, take a look at ACA plans. They’re available for almost everyone. And they can help you take care of your most important asset — you.


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ACA enrollment periods


When is the Open Enrollment Period?


The period opens November 1 and closes January 15. This is the time of year when you can explore plan options, see if your doctor participates in the plan, apply for financial help and purchase health plan coverage. So you don’t want to miss out.


If I miss the deadline, can I still sign up?


Life won’t wait for open enrollment. So certain life events — called qualifying events — let you sign up for coverage outside the typical open enrollment window.


What’s an example of a qualifying life event?

What’s an example of a qualifying life event?

Maybe you no longer have health care coverage because you’ve lost your job. Or maybe you’re getting married or having a baby or moving to a new state. These life events — and others — all give you the right to sign up for a health plan outside the Open Enrollment Period as long as you do so no more than 60 days after the event.


*We don’t offer Platinum plans … yet. You can check out the great features of our Gold, Silver and Bronze plans on on November 1.

Legal notices


Health plans are offered or underwritten or administered by Coventry Health Plan of Florida, Inc., Aetna Health Inc. (Georgia), Aetna Life Insurance Company, Aetna Health of Utah Inc., Aetna Health Inc. (Pennsylvania), or Aetna Health Inc. (Texas) (Aetna). Aetna is part of the CVS Health family of companies.

Health benefits and health insurance plans contain exclusions and limitations.