New deadline for enrolling gives customers until December 15 to select a plan
The New Hampshire Insurance Department is issuing a warning to consumers on "alternative health coverage options" as a result of consumer calls during the first week of open enrollment. Consumers should exercise caution and ask questions before purchasing a health plan from any company other than the three that are offering ACA-compliant health plans on and off the Marketplace (HealthCare.gov): Ambetter, Anthem and Harvard Pilgrim.
Covering New Hampshire is the official resource to learn about the Health Insurance Marketplace and affordable health insurance plans.
Website details proposed decreases for health plans to be sold in NH
he New Hampshire Insurance Department is partnering with Harvard Medical School to help New Hampshire residents find medical cost estimates. Funded by the Donoghue Foundation, the study will develop a Google Adwords campaign that will create additional website traffic to NHHealthCost.org.
Despite a shortened enrollment period, some 50,275 New Hampshire residents enrolled in a plan for 2018 through the Health Insurance Marketplace between November 1, 2017 and December 15, 2017, according to Covering New Hampshire. Some were either renewing coverage obtained during the 2017 open enrollment, or getting healthcare coverage for the first time.
Latest ACA Marketplace Numbers Show New Hampshire on Track – But Without 6 More Weeks to Enroll, Health Care Advocates Pushing Hard to December 15th Deadline
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State law details how companies must act to protect consumers if they alter coverage options