Finding the Right Plan Doesn't Have to be Hard

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Help finding the right plan

Looking at Affordable Care Act  (ACA) Marketplace plans on healthcare.gov can be overwhelming. Consider getting advice from an agent licensed by the state—they’re bound by law to be honest and trustworthy. Many also speak Spanish and Creole.

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Coverage for preexisting conditions

Even if you have a medical condition, you can still get a Marketplace plan. These plans won’t cost you more and do not have coverage limitations either. Many plans even offer special services and support for managing conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. 

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Plans include different doctors and hospitals

Make sure any doctors, pharmacies and other facilities you use will take the insurance plan you are considering.

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Find all your options in one place

You can view all the companies and their products that are available in your area by visiting the Marketplace (healthcare.gov).

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There's a limited time to sign up

Every fall, people can enroll in a health insurance plan for the next calendar year. But there are certain life events, like moving, getting married, having a baby or losing other health coverage, that may make you eligible to enroll throughout the year.

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Help paying for insurance is available

Nine out of 10 people in Florida qualify for financial help through the Marketplace to lower their monthly payments.1 Your payment could be as low as $0 per month, if you qualify.2

Resources you can use to help you get the coverage you need

 

1https://www.cms.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2021-special-enrollment-period-marketplace-coverage-starts-healthcaregov-monday-february-15

2To be eligible for $0 monthly cost, your Marketplace monthly advance premium tax credit must be equal to or more than the premium.