17 Feb Healthcare Marketplace Reopened for 2021 Insurance
Note: The deadlines on this page are updated as states and the federal government extend enrollment periods.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the marketplace for health insurance has been reopened as of February 15. Residents of states which do not operate their own state health exchanges, or which operate exchanges in partnership with the federal government, can purchase insurance on the federal exchange on healthcare.gov through August 15. States which operate their own exchanges have also reopened their marketplaces. We’ve noted their dates below.
Guild members can access good advice on their options and recommendations for health insurance through LIG, at no cost. LIG can provide advice to those who must apply through the federal marketplace, as well as those who can apply through state exchanges. LIG will also work with Guild members to see if they qualify for any savings, such as through subsidies.
States Using Healthcare.gov: Open February 15 – August 15
States with Their Own Exchange – Registration Deadline Varies
Uninsured and those enrolled off-exchange can enroll through December 31.
Connect for Health CO
Uninsured, or those who lost or are about to lose insurance can enroll through August 15.
Access Health CT
District of Columbia
DC Health Link
Uninsured, or those who lost or are about to lose insurance can enroll until the COVID-related public health emergency expires in DC.
Your Health Idaho
Maryland Health Connection
Uninsured who are eligible can enroll through August 15.
Massachusetts Health Connector
Uninsured, those who lost or are about to lose insurance, and those enrolled off-exchange can enroll through July 16.
Nevada Health Link
Uninsured can enroll through August 15. Those insured will be able to switch plans starting mid-June.
Get Covered NJ
NY State of Health
Health Source RI
Vermont Health Connect
Uninsured can enroll through May 14.
Washington Health Plan Finder