Indiana Department of Insurance provides tips for enrolling in marketplace coverage

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The open enrollment period for 2021 health insurance coverage is happening now, and the Indiana Department of Insurance has a few tips to help guide you through the process.

Those who currently have marketplace coverage, or will need it in 2021, should make time to shop for plans through

If you already have coverage through a marketplace plan, review your information to make sure it’s accurate. You can update your application with any income and/or household changes.

The NAICs Health Insurance Shopping Tool is also available to help Hoosiers understand how different policies support specific health care needs.

If you’re looking for a new plan, there are three categories of health insurance plans to choose from – Bronze, Silver and Gold. They’re broken up by how costs are shared between your and your insurer. Learn more by clicking here.

If you need assistance, a certified Indiana navigator can help with the process to apply for health insurance free of charge. You can find a navigator in your area by clicking here.

The open enrollment period ends on December 15, 2020.

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