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Open enrollment for the Healthcare.gov Marketplace is just around the corner – November 1 through January 31. It's important to get coverage for all the care you may need without the worry of financial risks. Rest assured that:
It pays to check it out now, get registered and see what help you may qualify for.
Adults 19 to 64 years old (and their families):
We can help you find options at www.healthcare.gov or toll-free at 1-800-318-2596. Let’s get you registered now and see what help you may qualify for. Once you are registered, you can they select a plan that is right for you between November 1 and January 31. Contact Mercy’s Certified Application Counselors (CACs) at (319) 398-6695.
Low- and middle-income adults will get some level of help. Go shopping – it pays to check this out.
We can help you find options to cover expenses that Medicare Parts A & B don't cover. Some of our UIHA providers are part of a new Medicare Advantage plan that offers reduced premiums when our UIHA network is chosen. This covers you beyond Original Medicare or Original Medicare and a Medicare Supplement plan. The new plan reduces the paperwork for you and provides wellness benefits. The Open Enrollment period is Oct. 15 through Dec. 7, 2015. This Medicare Advantage product is only available in the following counties: Benton, Cedar, Johnson, Keokuk, Linn and Scott.
You can check this out at: (877) 925-0424 or online at medicare.healthalliance.org.
The majority of Medicaid, Healthy and Well Kids in Iowa (hawk-i) and Iowa Health and Wellness Plan members are now enrolled with comprehensive managed care organizations (MCOs). Members should watch their mail for information on choosing an MCO.
Managed Care Organization Comparison Chart for 2016 - IA Health Link Enrollment
Be sure to choose a primary care physician or plan that allows you to stay with us. We want to continue to serve you.
No. The law actually gives your primary care provider the ability to coordinate all of your care. In fact, he or she will coordinate within the UI Health Alliance for specialty care and medications. That’s why it’s so important that when you shop, you choose a primary care provider in our network to stay with the doctor you know and trust.
All U.S. citizens must have health insurance or face a penalty when they file their taxes.
We’re happy to assist you in finding a provider that’s right for you. To learn which providers are accepting new patients, please call the Find-a-Doc line at (319) 369-4444 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.