Health Insurance Marketplace
The Health Insurance Marketplace is a way for individuals to find health coverage that fits their budget and meets their health care needs. The Marketplace makes applying, comparing plans, and enrolling in health coverage easier. Financial assistance is available to individuals and families who make between 100-400% of the Federal poverty line ($12,140 - $42,380 in 2018) to help reduce the cost of coverage.
On the Marketplace, a consumer can apply for a Qualified Health Plan, Medicaid/TennCare or the Children’s Health Insurance Program/CoverKids. Small businesses can also buy coverage for their employees through the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP).
For more information or to apply, visit Healthcare.gov or call 1-800-318-2596 (TTY: 1-855-899-4325) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Open Enrollment for 2019 is November 1 - December 15.
The Marketplace is open for enrollment in TennCare and CoverKids all year.
Please visit www.healthcare.gov for more information.
For information on applying for the first time, please click here.
For information on re-enrollment and renewals, please click here.
To find in-person help in your local area, visit Get Covered TN, Get Covered Connector or Find Local Help. To find an assister who is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive, and affirming environment for LGBT people and families, see Out2Enroll’s enrollment assistance tool.
More information on the Marketplace can be found here.
Prepare to Enroll:
• Four Steps to Getting Covered in the Marketplace
• Marketplace Application Checklist
• Getting Help in Other Languages
• What is the Health Insurance Marketplace?
• How to choose a plan in the Health Insurance Marketplace
• Cómo hago para escoger un plan en el Mercado de Seguros
• Get lower costs on monthly premiums in the Health Insurance Marketplace
• Get lower out-of-pocket costs in the Health Insurance Marketplace