Affordable Care Act (ACA) Help

Overview


The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is designed to give more Americans access to reliable, high-quality medical care, while advancing programs to hold costs in check. Provisions of the law include: insurance subsidies for consumers; transparent exchanges to shop for insurance; new rules protecting consumers from insurance abuses; increased Medicare payments for physicians; and more.
The official government website for the ACA is HealthCare.gov.

Health Insurance Marketplace


The Health Insurance Marketplace allows consumers to compare health insurance plans, get answers to health care questions, find out about tax credits, and enroll in a health plan. Applications can be completed online, by mail or in person. For questions call the Health Insurance Marketplace 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 800-318-2596. (TTY: 855-889-4325)

Important Dates Related to the ACA

  • Open Enrollment for 2017 ended on January 31st, 2017.
  • After January 31, 2017 citizens can still buy a health plan if they qualify for a Special Enrollment Period.
  • Dates for 2018 Open Enrollment will be posted here when available.

Cover Montana


Cover Montana - http://covermt.org/ - insurance information especially for Montanans; learn the basics, learn where to find local help.

Useful Websites


Non-profit or government sites that have information about health insurance programs and enrollment.