Four weeks into Open Enrollment, millions of Americans continue to visit HealthCare.gov and sign up for Marketplace plans, demonstrating the strong demand for quality, affordable coverage. Over 2.1 million people have selected plans using the HealthCare.gov platform since Open Enrollment began on November 1, including over half a million new consumers and 1.6 million consumers renewing their coverage, including 10,554 in New Hampshire.
NH residents can estimate the health coverage discount available to their families in 2017
Hearing Will Focus on Pharmaceuticals as a Cost Driver in New Hampshire
The New Hampshire Insurance Department’s mission is to promote and protect the public good by ensuring the existence of a safe and competitive insurance marketplace through the development and enforcement of the insurance laws of the State of New Hampshire
The Health Insurance Marketplace in New Hampshire will offer open enrollment for the fourth year in a row this fall. Enrollment in the Marketplace starts November 1, 2016; coverage becomes effective on January 1, 2017, and the open enrollment period will run through January 31, 2017.
CoveringNewHampshire.org helps consumers prepare to apply for coverage at the online portal of Healthcare.gov. Enrollment in the Marketplace starts November 1, 2016, and coverage becomes effective on January 1, 2017, and the open enrollment period will last through January 31, 2017.
Community Health Options Has Had Financial Challenges; to Focus on Core Business in Maine
New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny has selected 20 Granite Staters to advise him on issues related to accessing behavioral health services, including treatment for substance use disorders, through private insurance coverage.
The Black Bear Half Marathon and 5K on Sunday, August 28, leads runners on a scenic tour of Waterville Valley. The route weaves along quiet country roads and trails and begins and finishes in the Town Square. The Half Marathon...
New Hampshire has again received national accolades for helping people make educated health care choices, according to an annual report card developed by two nonprofit organizations focused on health reform.