If you are concerned about job loss and potentially losing access to health coverage, find out if you qualify for coverage through the Affordable Care Act’s Marketplace with a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) or expanded Medicaid (MaineCare in Maine). You may avoid a gap in coverage by applying as soon as you know your current coverage is ending.
You can complete one application at www.healthcare.gov, the Health Insurance Marketplace, to determine your eligibility for either type of coverage.
If you need help, call Consumers for Affordable Healthcare at 1-800-965-7476 or visit enroll207.com.
More about Special Enrollment Periods
A Special Enrollment Period (SEP) is time outside of the annual Open Enrollment when you can sign up for health insurance if you have experienced a qualifying life event. The enrollment window is generally up to 60 days prior to the qualifying life event through 60 days after it.
The following circumstances may trigger a Special Enrollment Period:
You may also visit HealthCare.gov for more information about the qualifying criteria for a Special Enrollment Period.
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Health Options requires small groups with 20 or more enrolled to submit a completed Renewal Verification Form prior to receiving a renewal quote. This will provide the up-to-date information we need to determine the appropriate rating method and market segment for the group. We also need your help to ensure that this important paperwork is completed.
A Business Development Account Manager will send you a Renewal Verification Form 90 days prior to a group’s renewal date. We ask that you work with the client to fill out the form and return it within 10 days of receipt. It can be emailed to email@example.com or faxed to the attention of Business Development-Renewals at (207) 402-3745.