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    Healthcare.govThe Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, gives people new choices for health insurance and expands healthcare rights. Individuals can shop for a private health insurance plan in the Health Insurance Marketplace or low income individuals can qualify for Arizona’s Medicaid Program, health insurance through AHCCCS.

     No one can be denied because of pre-existing health conditions.

     
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    Where to Start:

    You can also sign up online or get more information at https://www.healthcare.gov

    If you are looking for Medicaid/AHCCCS options start here...

    A person can get help with insurance questions in more than 180 different languages by calling the Federal Help Center at 1 (800) 318-2596.

    Local Help


    Below are the Pima County Health Department locations that feature Certified Application Counselors:

    North Office

    (520) 724-2851
    3550 N. 1st Ave. 85719

    East Office

    (520) 724-9674
    6920 E. Broadway Blvd. Suite A 85710

    South Office

    (520) 724-5319
    175 W. Irvington Rd. 85714 

    Abrams Public Health Center

    (520) 724-8238
    3950 S. Country Club Rd. 85714 

    Get ready for the next enrollment period November 2014

      A person can get help signing up in over 180 different languages by calling the Federal Help Center at 1-800-318-2596. Operators are available  24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help with questions about the new law.
      You can also sign up online or get more information at https://www.healthcare.gov

    There are a few other steps you can take to get ready now:none

    Información en español:
    • Explore current options. You may be able to get coverage now through existing programs. Visit HealthCare.gov to learn more about health insurance for adults up to age 26 and programs for people and children in families with limited incomes.
    • Learn about different types of health coverage. Through the Marketplace, you'll be able to choose a health plan that gives you the right balance of costs and coverage. You can be better prepared if you understand the types of coverage you'll choose from.
    • Make a list of questions you have before it's time to choose your health plan. For example: "Can I stay with my current doctor?" or "Will this plan cover my health costs when I'm traveling?"
    • Make sure you understand how insurance works. You'll want to consider things like premiums, deductibles, out-of-pocket maximums, copayments and coinsurance when exploring your options. Visit HealthCare.gov to learn more about how insurance works.
    • Gather basic information about your household income. Most people using the Marketplace will qualify to save money. To find out how much you're eligible for, you'll need income information like the kind you get on your W-2, pay stubs or tax returns.
    • Set your budget. There will be different types of health plans to meet a variety of needs and budgets. You'll need to figure out how much you want to spend on premiums each month.
    • Ask your employer if it plans to offer health insurance. If not, you may need to research insurance options through the Marketplace or from other sources.


    Source: United States Department of Health & Human Services

    Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP)

    The Small Business Options Program (SHOP) Marketplace helps small businesses provide health coverage to their employees.

    The SHOP Marketplace is open to employers with 50 or fewer full-time equivalent employees (FTEs). This includes non-profit organizations.

    Learn more about SHOP

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    Affordable Care Act

    For more information or questions about ACA, please contact the Health Department using the Send Feedback link below or calling:

    (520) 243-7770 option #3.


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