CASPER, Wyoming – Wyoming residents can sign up for health insurance at HealthCare.gov and be accepted into lower-cost health insurance through August 15 under the terms of the American Rescue Plan.
“Since the Biden Harris administration opened the Special Enrollment Period (SEP) on February 15, 5,010 Wyomingites have enrolled at HealthCare.gov, 2,918 more than the number of people who enrolled in the same period in the year 2020, “the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) said. “In addition, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announce that Wyomingites have been saving an average of $ 75 per month since implementing the US rescue plan on HealthCare.gov.”
“Since implementing the improved tax credits available under the American Rescue Plan on April 1st on HealthCare.gov on 1st President Biden has proposed extending these tax credits and cost savings as part of his Build Back Better Agenda.
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Approximately 67,900 Wyoming residents are eligible for health plan savings under the American Rescue Plan.
“With less than 30 days until special registration, we encourage anyone in Wyoming who needs coverage to visit HealthCare.gov by August 15th. Having insurance can be lifesaving, “said Xavier Becerra, secretary of the US Department of Health, in a press release on Wednesday.
Health insurance with zero or low premiums is available through August 15.
“Consumers who have received or for whom receipt has been approved Unemployment benefit For each week in 2021, you may be able to find even cheaper plans via HealthCare.gov and save extra money on out-of-pocket expenses, ”the statement said.
People can apply and enroll:
- Using HealthCare.gov.
- By calling the Marketplace Call Center at 1-800-318-2596, which has support in over 200 languages. TTY users should call 1-855-889-4325.
- Find local help from an agent / broker or assistant at Healthcare.gov/find-assistance/.
“Our message to Wyomingites is clear – don’t wait, go to HealthCare.gov before August 15th to find a plan that is affordable and your peace of mind. People who sign up today will be able to receive coverage starting August 1, ”said CMS Administrator Chiquita Brooks-LaSure. “We work with volunteers and community partners to get the word out and answer your questions. Go to HealthCare.gov to sign up or call us 24/7 at 1-800-318-2596 for further assistance. “
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