Enrollment for 2018 health insurance is now open!

Enrollment period is Nov. 1 – Dec. 15!
Be sure to enroll at Healthcare.gov by December 15, 2017.

Which Medical Plans are the Best Choice for You?

The Plan Comparison Tool takes you through a few simple steps to find the right medical plan for someone like you. Find every medical plan available to you ON and OFF Exchange, compared on total estimated cost (not just premiums or deductibles) and more. Use the tool to find out if you can get help paying for coverage.

PA Health Access Network – 1-877-570-3642

HeathcareForPA.com is brought to you by the PA Senate Democrats

As you’ve likely heard, there have been some changes to the ACA enrollment process this year. The most important changes include:

The open enrollment period is November 1 through December 15 (in the past, open enrollment ended January 31.)

Healthcare.gov will be down from midnight until noon on most Sundays for maintenance during the open enrollment period. The one exception is Sunday, December 10.

Funding for open enrollment and consumer help has been reduced. That’s why the PA Senate Democrats created this website – to help folks like you navigate the enrollment process and ensure Pennsylvanians are covered.

There is a concern that the shorter enrollment period and the reduced funding for open enrollment will decrease the number of people signing up for health insurance.  This year, the PA Insurance Dept. recorded the lowest number of uninsured ever in Pennsylvania at 5.6%. We want to continue with this success. Please share this website with friends and family and direct them to Healthcare.gov to sign up for health insurance for 2018.

ACA MOBILE ENROLLMENT TOUR

The PA Senate Democrats are embarking on an Affordable Care Act Mobile Enrollment Tour.
The tour will make stops throughout Pennsylvania in an effort to make sure everyone has health insurance in 2018!

TOUR DATES

NOV. 16 • PHILADELPHIA

ShopRite
2385 W. Cheltenham Ave. • Philadelphia • PA 19150

NOV. 16 • PHILADELPHIA

Fox Street ShopRite
Fox St & Roberts Ave. • Philadelphia • PA 19129

NOV. 21 • PHILADELPHIA

Senator Tartaglione’s District Office
1061 Bridge St. • Philadelphia • PA 19124

NOV. 28 • LEHIGH VALLEY

Senator Boscola’s District Office
1 E. Broad St. • Suite 120 • Bethlehem • PA 18018

NOV. 30 • SCRANTON

United Neighborhood Center
410 W Olive St. • Scranton • PA 18509

NOV. 30 • CARBONDALE

Carbondale Active Adult Community Center
66 N Church St. • Carbondale • PA 18407

DEC. 5 • NANTICOKE

LCCC Education Conference Center
1333 S. Prospect Street  • Building 10 • Nanticoke • PA 18634

DEC. 7 • PITTSBURGH

Forest Hills Fire Hall
2071 Ardmore Blvd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15221

DEC. 11 • PHILADELPHIA

Lonnie Young Recreation Center
1100 E. Chelten Ave. • Philadelphia  • PA  19138

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Which Medical Plans are the Best Choice for You?

The Plan Comparison Tool takes you through a few simple steps to find the right medical plan for someone like you. Find every medical plan available to you ON and OFF Exchange, compared on total estimated cost (not just premiums or deductibles) and more. Use the tool to find out if you can get help paying for coverage.

Consumers’ CHECKBOOK makes it easy for you to compare and choose the right health insurance plan for you and your family.

When you are done reviewing this website, please go to HealthCare.gov or contact an insurance company directly to complete an application and select a plan.

PA Senate Democrats Outreach

 

Rally to Save the Affordable Care Act

 

Democrats Speak Out on ACA Open Enrollment Changes

 

PA Senate Democrats Push Back on Trump's ACA Enrollment Changes

HARRISBURG, November 1, 2017 — Following President Trump’s efforts to undermine the Affordable Care Act by limiting open enrollment, the Pennsylvania Senate Democratic Caucus will ramp up efforts to ensure eligible individuals gain health insurance through the marketplace.

The Trump Administration chose to shorten the open enrollment period by more than a month, limit hours of accessibility and slash the marketing budget for the enrollment period. This will make enrollment more difficult, and leave many eligible individuals without insurance for possibly all of 2018.

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