Renewing members on HealthCare.gov

Update your coverage for 2016 — or prepare to update for 2017

  • Reporting changes for your 2016 coverage: If you’re enrolled in a 2016 Marketplace plan and have had changes to your income or household, you should update your 2016 application as soon as possible. Your updates will affect your 2016 plan. These pages explain how to do that.
  • Updating your application for 2017: Starting November 1, you can log in to HealthCare.gov and update your 2017 application with any income or household changes you expect for the year ahead and enroll in a 2017 plan. Learn how to get ready for 2017 Open Enrollment.
  • Renewing members must keep your income and household information up to date at https://www.healthcare.gov/reporting-changes. These updates may change the coverage or savings you are eligible for in the Marketplace. Be sure you use the same user name and password as last year to log into your Marketplace account on HealthCare.gov.

Oscar

  • Changes To Our 2017 Map
    Today, we’re announcing that Oscar has decided to withdraw our services from the individual markets in Dallas–Fort Worth and New Jersey beginning January 1, 2017. We will continue to serve the New York, San Antonio, Los Angeles and Orange County markets, and we will begin serving the San Francisco market on January 1, 2017.

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Humana

  • Tips for renewing your plan
    It’s almost time to renew your health insurance. Your 2017 plan information, including all changes, will be arriving via mail very soon. Chances are, you won’t need to do anything to maintain coverage for 2017 except for continuing to pay your premium. But if your Humana plan is no longer available next year, you will need to select a new plan.

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Scott and White Health Plan (SWHP)

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE: Attention members of Individual/Family plans
    In 2017, Scott & White Health Plan will no longer offer individual and family plans through the health insurance Marketplace and will refine its off-Marketplace offerings. Get more information .

  • What has been announced?
    Effective in 2017, we will exit the federal health care Marketplace and refine our off-Marketplace plans to reflect the changing market. Scott and White Health Plan (SWHP) will continue to offer selected bronze off-Marketplace HMO individual and family plans, and the Insurance Company of Scott and White (ICSW) will offer selected bronze off-Marketplace PPO plans. Gold, silver and selected bronze benefit plans will no longer be available through SWHP or ICSW. Additional details on plan offerings will be available during Open Enrollment.

  • Why will Scott and White Health Plan no longer offer its individual and family plans on the federal health care Marketplace?
    At Scott and White Health Plan, we are committed to supporting the Affordable Care Act by offering affordable medical insurance to consumers in North and Central Texas. However, the market for our individual Marketplace plans carries higher risk than other plans, Like many other health insurers, we have determined that we cannot currently serve Marketplace plans on an effective and financially sustainable basis. Exiting the federal health care Marketplace and refining our off-Marketplace plans is the most effective way for us to uphold our commitment to offering affordable plans that are complemented by a renowned network of Baylor Scott and White Health facilities, clinics and physicians.
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UnitedHealthcare (UHC)

  • Renewing your plan
    If you enrolled in a UnitedHealthcare plan through the Marketplace in 2016, you will receive a letter about mid-October from UnitedHealthcare detailing your options for 2017. If you have questions about renewing your plan, call the member phone number on your ID card.

  • The 2017 Individual & Family Marketplace medical policies are offered by Health Plan of Nevada, Inc., UnitedHealthcare of New York, Inc., or UnitedHealthcare of the Mid Atlantic, Inc., depending on the coverage purchased. Product design and availability varies by state.

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ACA TEXAS HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY INFORMATION

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (BCBSTX)

  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas to participate in health insurance marketplace in 2017.
    For 80 years, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (BCBSTX) has been committed to providing access to quality, cost-effective coverage to as many people as possible through employer group plans, government programs and individual policies. BCBSTX has worked closely with state and federal regulators to finalize our participation on the 2017 individual marketplace and are pleased to continue to offer Texans products both on and off the exchange in every county throughout the state in 2017. Specific 2017 plan, network and benefit information will be available closer to the open enrollment period that begins on Nov. 1, 2016. We will continue to work with state and federal regulators and legislators to ensure a stable and sustainable insurance marketplace and to improve the quality and cost of care for all of our members.
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Oct 2016

This is not a complete list of health insurance companies. This is a few of the major health insurance companies that have made statements on their company website concerning ACA participation. All companies provide correspondence to their client base as to the 2017 plan direction. If you have not received any correspondence, please contact your insurance company.

Aenta

  • Find out where Aetna marketplace plans are available
    In 2017, we’re offering plans on the health insurance marketplace, or exchange, in the following states: Delaware, Iowa, Nebraska, and Virginia.

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PLEASE NOTE:

While we have made every effort to provide accurate information on this topic, the information contained in this communication is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to provide, does not constitute, and cannot be relied upon as legal, compliance or insurance advice. This information is subject to change based on future regulation and insurance guidance. For advice, please contact your health insurance company, or consult with your own legal counsel or tax advisor for guidance on your specific situation.