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If You Missed Ohio Open Enrollment – 10 Things You Need To Know

Open Enrollment to purchase subsidized health insurance in Ohio typically occurs between November and February each year. During that time, no medical questions are asked, and single and family plan rates are  reduced by the federal government by using a subsidy in the form of an instant tax-credit. On and off Marketplace coverage is available, so if your income is high, you can still enroll in an affordable plan. However, if you didn’t watch the news or read a newspaper, procrastinated too long, or simply didn’t have money set aside to buy a policy, you probably missed the OE period. But...

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Premier Health Insurance Plans For Individuals – Low Southwestern Ohio Rates

Dayton’s biggest hospital network offers private health insurance plans in Ohio. Premier Health’s private and employer-sponsored policies are available through and outside the Marketplace. Open Enrollment for 2017 effective dates began November 1st and continues through January 31st. Special enrollment exceptions (if qualified) are available throughout the year. Plans are offered in the Dayton area and the Southwestern portion of the Buckeye state. For seniors, Medicare Advantage contracts are offered when their Open Enrollment begins on October 15th and continues through December 7th....

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Ohio Obamacare Rates For 2016 – Instantly Compare Plans

Health insurance rates in Ohio have increased for 2016, although the price hikes are relatively modest for most of the major companies with the largest market share. 2016 prices have been filed with the Oh Department of Insurance, and will be subsequently approved, or sent back for revision. The Department of Health And Human Services (HHS) must also approve any changes to Obamacare policies. Only three companies have requested price increases of more than 10%. Free or low-cost medical coverage is still available in our state. With the availability of subsidized plans, dozens of policies...

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Ohio Health Insurance Coverage After Open Enrollment Ends

Ohio Open Enrollment for single and family Obamacare health insurance Exchange plans ends on January 31st, 2016. After that date, you need to purchase a plan through a “Special Enrollment,” (SEP) that allows you to qualify for available federal subsidies and have any pre-existing condition covered without proving insurability. Marketplace plans are available when you enroll using an SEP. What Is A “Special Enrollment” In Ohio? This refers to specific situations that allow Buckeye consumers to buy policies outside of the normal period. For about 60 days, all Exchange plans that are offered on...

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Broker, Insurance Company Or Government Exchange?

Purchasing healthcare coverage is like filing your tax return. You know you have to do it, but it’s time-consuming, frustrating and you hope you don’t have to pay too much. And thankfully, you only have to take care of it once per year. You hope your premiums didn’t go up from the previous year (or not much), and you won’t spend too much time on the shopping, comparison and enrollment process Here in Ohio, we get a big break. Not only are rates lower than most states, but we have a much broader selection of companies that offer policies. Whether its Anthem BC, Medical Mutual, Premier, Aetna,...

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