If you’re looking for Health Insurance right now, we will search the subsidized Marketplace (Affordable Care Act / Obamacare / Bidencare) for plans that meet your needs. More than 70% of clients qualify to get this insurance for $0.
If you have Health Insurance right now, we can arrange to find you a better plan during the next Open Enrollment period (November 1st, 2021 – December 15th, 2021).
Complete the form below, and we’ll reach out to assist you!
If you are showing symptoms of infection:
Individuals with COVID-19 symptoms should separate from family members, and go to a healthcare facility, depending on the severity of the symptoms. Please follow the CDC guidance for caring for oneself.
If you think that you have been exposed to COVID-19, but don’t have any symptoms:
It’s recommended that you go to a healthcare facility and receive “Viral testing” if you’ve had close contact with persons with COVID-19. Again, its important that individuals exposed to people with known or suspected COVID-19 be quickly identified and quarantined.
“If I don’t have Insurance, can I get tested for COVID-19?” Yes!
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, enacted on March 18, 2020, ensures access to COVID-19 testing. The legislation requires Medicare, Medicaid, all group health plans, and individual health insurance policies, to cover testing and associated visits related to the diagnosis of COVID-19 with no cost sharing and prohibits plans from imposing prior authorization requirements on these services during the federally-declared emergency period. If you lost health insurance when you were layed off, this is your safety net.
For Uninsured Residents:
The new law gives States the option to provide Medicaid coverage of COVID-19 testing for uninsured residents with 100% federal financing.
Each State has a slightly different implementation of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. We’ve provided the link below so you can learn more about how your State is helping its residents with COVID-19 testing.
Go HERE to learn the specific details for your State.
From the CDC: (Link to the CDC Guidance)