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Open enrollment for 2015 is over but you may still be able to get coverage for ’15 – today is the last day! http://go.hc.gov/1GBuJYO
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Two Days left. Sign up today! http://go.hc.gov/1GBuJYO
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+Edward Harris Thanks, for the link. I will check it out. 
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How has your new health plan improved your life? If you have a story to share, let us know in the comments!

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Actually, I disagreed with what you said (Note the "Re"). Being in the business 34 years helps shed a perspective that few see. For example, I (and many others) correctly predicted Assurant's demise years ago.

Regardless...We'll see what happens over the next 3-5 years. It will be telling.
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Take advantage of the many screenings & preventive services covered by your Marketplace Health Plan. Learn more today! http://go.hc.gov/1IRCkGb
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A bit late since you missed Open Enrollment. If you qualify for an SEP, you can enroll. Also, non-compliant and non-subsidized short-term plans are available if you qualify medically.

Also, if you were uninsured last year, payed your penalty and meet a few other qualifications, you have a week to get coverage.
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Many life events qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. Learn more about what qualifies at http://go.hc.gov/1CU4n46
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Hi. This November, contact a local experienced broker  to help. No fees and it takes us about 10 minutes to handle the enrollment once a plan is selected and subsidy calculated.

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Enrolling in #Medicaid or #CHIP gives kids access to free or low-cost health coverage so things like check-ups, doctor and dentist visits and prescriptions are covered. Sign up today! http://go.hc.gov/1GBE5DQ
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Regularly kept visits prevent future problems
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Now that you've joined more than 11.7 million Americans in getting coverage… here are some tips on how to get the most out of your coverage. http://go.hc.gov/1z0UdiH
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Walk a mile in a man with. No feet!
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Learn more at http://go.hc.gov/1HqJzTm
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Since you qualify (it appears) for a Special Enrollment Period, you can obtain subsidized (or subsidized) coverage from carriers that offer plans in your area. What is your zip code?

Julie - Perhaps you should contact Medicare. I assume you contacted then around January.
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Find out if your child is eligible for Medicaid or CHIP. #Enroll365 Why wait? http://go.hc.gov/1D2FajD
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Many states have expanded Medicaid eligibility for adults. Re CHIP...again, in some states, fairly-high income households will qualify.
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Marketplace plans cover immunization vaccines for adults at no charge. Find out more about your preventive health benefits at http://go.hc.gov/1DjHN4V
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Qualified preventive expenses are covered at 100% (both for adults and children). but it is also important to understand that symptomatic expenses are subject to any policy deductibles etc...
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Owe the fee for not having health coverage? See if you can still get covered for 2015 during the Special Enrollment Period. http://go.hc.gov/1bMBZGV
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An SEP (Special Enrollment Period) can be used for losing existing coverage, reaching age 26, divorce, having a baby (child gets coverage), and several other situations.
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