The period for open enrollment is drawing to a close. The last day for open enrollment is March 31, 2014. After this period, an individual (or family) wanting medical benefits must wait for a qualifying event (marriage, childbirth, loss of employment, etc.) or wait until the next open enrollment period to sign up for benefits.
Individuals or families wanting benefits to begin on March 1, 2014, must complete registration by February 15, 2014, to guarantee coverage. We’ll answer the question, “Can the ACA help my family?”
Healthcare.gov is the federal website (often referred to as an exchange or marketplace). Indiana elected to use this website so a family who qualifies for the premium subsidy must go through this website in order to qualify for the reduced rates.
The government has restrictions for who qualifies for the subsidy. Below is a grid which shows the household size and maximum household income allowed.
Household Size Maximum Household Income
If you meet these qualifications and are interested in purchasing a policy through the exchange, please know that there are other qualifications, too. For more information, please call Eric at (317) 815-5501, ext. 2
Restrictions on Policies Available to Purchase
The policies available through the exchange are typically not available if the patient is already covered by Medicare, Medicaid, or Tricare.
For more information on this topic, please explore our previous Newsletters about the ACA Health Care Exchanges.
Autism Specific ACA information
Information about how the ACA specifically will affect families with children on the Autism Spectrum.
General Information regarding ACA laws
Information compiled by our Insurance guru to help you to navigate the ACA myths and laws, especially how those may impact ABA coverage.
If an individual or family needs additional coverage beyond what is provided by Medicaid, Medicare, or Tricare please call Eric at (317) 815-5501, ext. 2, to discuss other options.