More People Can Get Help Paying For Their Health Insurance

Financial help has increased and more people are now eligible to receive it.

The federal government increased financial assistance (subsidies) to help make health insurance more affordable through the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Didn’t qualify for financial help in the past?

Recent ACA changes allowed more people to qualify for help, including those who made too much before and those who have access to coverage through a family member’s job.

Health Coverage At No Monthly Cost If You Qualify

More than 460,000 people in Florida are missing out on health coverage for $0 per month after financial assistance.1 You could be one of them.

The Real Value of Health Insurance


No one plans to get sick or hurt, but most of us will need medical care sometime during the year. Plus, health insurance helps keep you healthy! You’re covered for checkups, vaccines, yearly bloodwork and cancer screenings at no extra cost.


Did you know without health insurance you could pay...

  • $3,100 for an average ER visit at a Florida hospital2

  • $7,500 to fix a broken leg3

  • $30,000 for an average three-day hospital stay3

  • Hundreds of thousands of dollars for comprehensive cancer care.3

Having health insurance means you won’t have to pay the whole cost of care on your own, whether you have a simple stomach bug or a serious accident or injury.

1Based on actuarial analysis of the 2019 American Community Survey Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS), with adjustments due to Covid-19 of Florida’s Medicaid Growth from the Agency for Health Care Administration, individual enrollment growth from CMS’ 2023 Open Enrollment Report and job losses from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.