The Open Enrollment Period for Obamacare ended on March 31st. If you missed it you will not be permitted to enroll again until November 15th. But you could be granted a Special Enrollment because of a “qualifying event”. This event could be a loss of coverage for you or your spouse and dependents because of a loss of employer group coverage, or divorce, or marriage, qualifying for Medi-Cal, or moving out of your plan’s service area.
Young adults have several options for getting covered through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
You may qualify for a Special Enrollment Period and not even know it. Did you recently get married, have a baby, adopt a child, or move? Did your student health plan just expire? If so, you may be able to get Marketplace coverage outside of Open Enrollment.
You may be able to get covered under a parent’s health insurance plan until you turn 26. This is true even if you’re married, not living at home, or not financially dependent on your parents. If you turn 26 and age off of a parent’s plan, you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period.
Protect yourself from the high costs of worst-case scenarios like accidents or serious illnesses. If you’re under 30, you can buy a catastrophic health plan that covers 3 primary care visits per year. Catastrophic plans cover these services and free preventive care before you meet your deductible.
Choosing a health plan can be both confusing and time-consuming. We will help you go through every step of the of the selection process to make sure that you choose the plan that is best for your unique medical needs and budget. We can get it done!