Is marketplace HealthCare the same as Obamacare?

Is marketplace HealthCare the same as Obamacare?

The federal Health Insurance Marketplace, which is also called the “Marketplace” or “Exchange,” is the website where individuals can browse various health care plans available under the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as “Obamacare,” as well as compare them, and purchase health insurance.

Did the Affordable Care Act create the Health Insurance Marketplace?

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) established the Marketplace as a means to extend health insurance coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Many states offer their own marketplaces, while the federal government manages an exchange open to residents of other states.

Is the Obamacare website legit?

According to its website, is an independent marketplace, not a federal or state insurance marketplace. It does not provide quotes or sell insurance directly to consumers, it is not affiliated with any exchange, and it is not a licensed insurance broker.

Why is healthy access calling?

5.1 billion healthcare robocalls were made in 2018 for the purpose of identity theft or for scam payments. If you receive a call and you think it might be a scam, the best thing to do is to hang up and call us back at one of the numbers listed on our contact page or the back of your health plan member ID card.

Who can get health insurance through Obamacare?

To be eligible to enroll in health coverage through the Marketplace, you: Must live in the United States. Must be a U.S. citizen or national (or be lawfully present). Learn about eligible immigration statuses. Can’t be incarcerated. If you have Medicare coverage, you’re not eligible to use the Marketplace to buy a health or dental plan.

Which states have Obamacare exchanges?

State Name. You’ll use the official website to apply for coverage,switch plans,get cost assistance,compare plans,and enroll.

  • California. If you live in California,Covered California is the Health Insurance Marketplace to serve you.
  • Colorado.
  • Connecticut.
  • District of Columbia.
  • Hawaii.
  • Idaho.
  • Kentucky.
  • Maryland.
  • Massachusetts.
  • What insurance plans are under Obamacare?

    Off-Exchange major medical health insurance. Off-Exchange major medical health insurance plans are generally not eligible for subsidies.

  • On-Exchange Qualified Health Plans.
  • Catastrophic level health insurance plans.
  • Supplemental plans.
  • Gap (short-term) health insurance.
  • Types of Health Insurance Plans available under Obamacare.
  • What are exchanges in Obamacare?

    – FREE colonoscopies – FREE route cholesterol and blood pressure checks – FREE birth control – FREE routine vaccinations – FREE breastfeeding supplies – FREE screening for gestational diabetes – FREE pap smears and HPV tests – FREE screenings for HIV, Gonorrhea, and Hepatitis – FREE tobacco cessation – FREE Rh incompatibility screening for pregnant women