When the leaves hit peak color, Mainers do what they love doing all year—they get outside and enjoy the outdoors—and they’re also keen to prepare for winter. This season also means it’s time to start preparing for health plan open enrollment, so you’ll be sure to have access to the health and wellness benefits you want for you and your family.
Here are the details:
Open enrollment for 2024 health plans began Wednesday. Nov. 1, and ends Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024. If you want health coverage in place by New Year’s Day, you’ll need to select a plan by Friday, Dec. 15. If you want to wait, your coverage will begin Thursday, Feb. 1.
It’s a good idea to start prepping now, so enrollment will be faster and easier. You can view 2024 plans, find some shopping tips here, along with links to resources to help you compare plans, and understand insurance lingo, types of plans and deductible costs.
As the only Maine-based nonprofit health insurer, Community Health Options has been making a difference in the lives of Maine people who need access to high-quality, cost-effective health insurance since 2014. We are proud to be a four-star health plan, and that our Members give us a five-star rating based on their overall enrollee experience.
As you consider your needs, you can consider new Community Health Options plans and benefits for 2024 that include:
We know costs can weigh heavily when selecting a plan, but it’s most important to choose coverage that fits your needs. Keep in mind that you might even find help paying for your insurance through potential tax credits. To find out if you’re eligible, visit CoverME.gov, Maine’s online Health Insurance Marketplace.
For quick tips on what to look for, how to find help with, or how to use a health plan, follow @communityhealthoptions on TikTok. And if you want help choosing a plan, you can also call our Maine-based Member Services team at (855) 624-6463 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.
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