Now through December 15, 2018, people can sign up for health plans through the Affordable Care Act’s open enrollment period.
If you sign up before December 15, you are guaranteed healthcare for all of 2019. This means that no matter what changes occur in Washington, DC, you’re able to access healthcare for at least a year.
Who should worry about the Affordable Care Act (ACA)?
In Philadelphia, over 220,000 people get health insurance thanks to the ACA and Medicaid expansion. Along with their healthcare, they also gain the peace of mind and protection from financial hardship that health insurance brings.
The ACA provides health care options for those who cannot otherwise access care, like part-time workers, those whose employers do not offer health insurance, or people who are self-employed.
What is the Affordable Care Act (ACA)?
The ACA provides affordable access to healthcare for all Americans.
- Expands family health plans to guarantee coverage of dependents, like children, until the age of 26.
- Guarantees Americans access to healthcare regardless of preexisting conditions.
- Expands Medicaid in most U.S. states so millions of healthy adults living in poverty can access care.
The Trump Administration has severely limited the open enrollment period. This means you have less time to enroll in a plan than you did a few years ago. Act now to select a plan before the December 15 open enrollment deadline.
How can people enroll in the Affordable Care Act (ACA)?
We’re here to help. Get more information through local Health Centers, and then sign up.
Philadelphia Department of Public Health Centers
All City Health Centers have navigators ready and able to assist you with registering for the coverage that you’re eligible for.
Call your local Health Center for hours.
Online at Healthcare.gov
Check out plans and enroll or renew your health insurance online until December 15.