2019 Open Enrollment Period in Virginia for (Obamacare / Affordable Care Act) Health Insurance
Not from Virginia? See a list on open enrollment dates for every state. Keep reading to learn more about the Open Enrollment Period in Virginia.
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How do I get cheap health insurance in Virginia?
- Assess your personal needs: Do you need Rx coverage? Do you have a doctor you like?
- Research available options in your Virginia: Start at eHealth.com to compare Obamacare plans, short-term plans and other alternatives.
- Understand which options you can qualify for: You can enroll in any Obamacare plan during Open Enrollment in Virginia. For short-term health insurance and other medical insurance alternatives, you can apply any time, but you typically need to answer medical questions and may be declined.
- See if you qualify for discounts: ACA plans may be available to you with a tax credit, which can save you hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars on monthly premiums. Tax credits are only available for ACA plans, which can be bought during the Open Enrollment Period in Virginia.
- Make sure your prescriptions are covered: eHealth.com provides a prescription drug coverage comparison tool that helps you find the plan that covers your drugs with the lowest out-of-pocket cost.
- Make sure your doctor is covered: eHealth has a physician finder tool that let’s you compare plans using your preferred doctor.
- Enroll online: eHealth makes it easy to complete your health insurance application online, even if you qualify for a tax credit.
What health insurance companies sell individual health insurance policies during Open Enrollment in Virginia?
|Insurers in Virginia with Plans Available on eHealth.com||Short-Term Health Insurance||Major Medical Health Insurance||Medical Insurance Packages|
|Companion Life Insurance||Yes||No||No|
|National General Accident & Health||Yes||No||No|
|Cigna Health Plans|
How much can people in Virginia save on their out-of-pocket prescription drug costs with an major medical health plan? The average person using eHealth’s Rx drug tool saved $1,600 on out-of-pocket drug costs by having an Obamacare plan, according to the latest research.