When is Obamacare Open Enrollment 2020 in Pompano Beach Florida?
What is Open Enrollment?
Open Enrollment is the period when individuals can enroll in a health insurance plan, make changes to their coverage, or cancel their current plan. General Open Enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace (Obamacare) takes place from November 1st through December 15th, 2019 with all plans effective January 1st, 2020.
What if I miss the Open Enrollment period?
There is a Special Enrollment Period where you can enroll if you qualify. In order to enroll in an Obamacare plan outside of open enrollment you will need to qualify based on a life-changing event, such as losing your job, birth or adoption of a new child, if you recently moved, as well as other various qualifying events.
Florida Health Agency can help you get ready for the open enrollment period.
We will help you review all of the options available to you, so that you can choose the plan that best suits your needs and your budget.
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