HOW IT WORKS:

Our 2 Step 2 Minute process if fast and easy:

You can view what plans are available to you along with price quotes. Quotes are presented for all of the major health insurance carriers available to you including Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Aetna, Humana, United, Assurant, Kaiser (in select states), Cigna, along with regional plan providers.

STEP 1: Applicant Information

In order to provide you with a quote, we need the following information:

- Date of Birth, Height/Weight, and   Gender.

- Whom you would like to insure?

- Basic Health information.

- Contact Information for a licensed   agent to help you

STEP 2: See Quotes

You will be presented with available plans
which fit your profile:

Depending on your location and health profile, this could include quotes from the providers above and others. You will also be given the option to work with a health insurance agent.

What is the Obamacare health plan?

Many Floridians have wondered about the newly implemented Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), commonly known as Obamacare, since it was signed into law in 2010. ObamaCare-Guide.org aims to answer your questions about how to apply for Obamacare health insurance, as well as help you compare health care insurance quotes and inform you about the Florida health insurance marketplace so that you can find the best medical insurance plan for you.

Whether you’ve had health coverage in the past or are a first-time enroller, you’ll want the Obamacare health care plan explained to you by informed professionals. We can help you identify the most practical and affordable Fla. medical health insurance plan for you and your family. Patients with a pre-existing medical condition are also eligible for individual health insurance plans under Obamacare. Even small business owners can find out about long-term medical health insurance for their employees.

The first step to finding the best medical health insurance companies in Florida is to compare health care coverage quotes. By using our site, you can find medical plans that meet your profile in just two minutes, via an easy two-step process. Licensed health insurance agents are ready and waiting to answer all of your health coverage plan questions. Let us help you get a personalized Obamacare coverage quote, so you can enroll in an affordable health care plan today. Don’t delay getting protection for you, your family, or your employees.

Florida affordable care act resource center

CAN I STILL KEEP MY SAME DOCTOR IN FLORIDA IF I SIGN UP FOR OBAMACARE?

The Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, works with different insurance agents in your area. As long as you choose an insurance carrier that your current doctor in Florida accepts, then you should be able to keep your current doctor.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF PLANS I CAN SIGN UP FOR UNDER THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT IN FLORIDA?

Florida residents can choose from 4 different levels of plans: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. These levels differ mostly in the amount you pay in copayments and deductibles. The higher the level is, the more you will pay on a monthly premium, but the less you will pay on a copayment and overall yearly deductible.

 

I have a pre-existing condition and heard that ObamaCare still allows me to get insurance. Is this true in Florida?

Yes. Regardless of what state you live in, you will no longer be denied insurance coverage due to a pre-existing condition. Therefore, in Florida, your insurance will cover any and all pre-existing conditions.

I am a Florida Senior. Will I get any additional benefits as part of the Affordable Care Act?

Yes. Just to name one, seniors are eligible for additional discounts on their regular prescription medications.

What are the different ways I can sign up for health coverage through the Affordable Care Act?

There are four ways. You can call 1-(800)-318-2596 to sign up with an agent over the phone. You can sign up in person by finding a location via the website localhel.healthcare.gov. You can fill out a paper application and mail it in. That application is available at bit.ly/PaperApplication. Finally, you can also complete the application online via heathcare.gov.

The official ObamaCare enrollment period ended on March 31, 2014. Important Notice: Its urgent, to avoid future fines and penalties, to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Health Care Act.

Florida Individuals & Families: Find out the most cost efficient healthcare insurance for you.

FACTS

There are always many questions people have regarding ObamaCare. Below are a few basic facts that Floridians will benefit to know about the Affordable Care Act:

  • The Affordable Care Act is not an insurance company. It is a government mandate that works with individual insurance agents to allow all United States residents health care.
  • The plan allows young adults to stay on their parents’ insurance until the age of 26.
  • You will not be denied health benefits if you have pre-existing conditions.
  • There are no lifetime limits or annual limits to the healthcare you will be provided through the Affordable Care Act.
  • Many preventative care treatments that were previously very expensive will now be free to those that qualify.
  • Seniors receive additional discounts on prescriptions so that they no longer need to go without certain medications they previously could not afford.
  • ObamaCare is not a replacement for Medicaid, Medicare or private insurance, so be careful to know all your options ahead of time before attempting to enroll.
  • Some of the preventative services that the Affordable Care Act covers for free include counseling, yearly check-ups, and immunizations.
  • If you are unable to afford health insurance, there are options to receive free, low-cost, healthcare, or even be exempt. You must fill out an online application at www.healthcare.gov or call the Marketplace to find out if they can offer you any of those options.
  • Currently, if you sign up before the 15th of the month, you will receive insurance by the next month. If you sign up after the 15th, then you will receive insurance the following month. For example, if you sign up on January 15th, you will receive it on February 1st. If you sign up for it on January 16th, you will receive it on March 1st.