2015 ObamaCare Open Enrollment begins Nov. 15, 2014

obamacare_400_360_3602015 open enrollment for Obamacare begins this Saturday, November 15, 2015. For coverage starting in 2015, the Open Enrollment Period is November 15, 2014–February 15, 2015. Visit healthcare.gov and get affordable health insurance for yourself and your family.

Step 1 to stay covered through the Marketplace: Review your current health coverage

If you already have health coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, it’s time to review your plan and decide if you want to make changes for 2015. You can choose to stay in your current plan (if it’s still offered) or change to a different plan.

Insurance companies can change a plan’s premiums, cost-sharing, and the benefits and services they cover each year. Every fall, your health insurance company sends you a notice explaining these changes. It’s important to review your plan’s 2015 health coverage to make sure it still meets your needs.

Here are a things to remember as you review your plan:

•You will receive a letter in the mail this month about your health plan policy describing your plan changes.
•Read the letter, and contact your health plan if you have questions.
•Write down important dates and information from the letter, like enrollment deadlines and your 14-digit plan ID.
•HealthCare.gov now has 2015 health insurance plans and prices available for preview, so you can see what other plans are available to you and compare to the coverage your current plan will offer.

Reviewing your current health coverage is just the first step. Learn how to take the rest of the 5 steps to staying covered starting November 15.

During open enrollment in 2014, the 7 million target was exceeded on the last day of open enrollment with over 8 million Americans signing up from health insurance.

Seven million was the original target set by the Congressional Budget Office for enrollment in taxpayer-subsidized private health insurance through new online markets created under President Obama’s signature legislation.

Republicans in congress remain committed to repealing ObamaCare. The congress has voted [unsuccessfully] over fifty=four times to appeal Obamacare. Many newly elected Republicans in the November 2014 Elections promise to continue voting and wasting taxpayer money in futile efforts to appeal Obamacare.

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