Virginia Health Insurance Marketplace

Obamacare law requires every state to open health marketplaces, also known as exchanges. States can elect to build a fully state-based exchange, state-federal partnership exchange, or default to federally- facilitated exchange. Also, Obamacare expands Medicaid coverage to 138% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) which is $16,243 for an individual or $33,465 for a family of four in 2015. According to a 2012 Supreme Court decision, states have the freedom whether or not to adopt Medicaid expansion. Here are Virginia Health Insurance Marketplace and Medicaid Expansion choices.

Virginia Health Insurance Marketplace

Virginia made the decision to use the federally-facilitated exchange. The state insurance department will maintain the traditional role of regulatory oversight of insurance rates and form filings, as well as regulate brokers and producers.

You’ll use HealthCare.gov to apply and enroll in health coverage. Enroll by the 15th of the month for coverage that starts as soon as the 1st of the next month.

Medicaid Expansion in Virginia

Virginia has made the decision not to support the Medicaid Expansion.

Essential Health Benefits in Virginia

Obamacare requires that all non-grandfathered individual and small business plans, including those offered through the Marketplace, cover a certain minimum of health benefits known as Essential Health Benefits.

Let Liberty Medicare help you to get coverage through the Virginia Health Insurance Marketplace

Liberty Medicare is here to help you learn about Marketplaces and assist with eligibility determination for enrollment in a Qualified Health Plan (QHP) and for insurance affordability programs, which include Medicaid, CHIP, premium tax credit, and cost-sharing reductions. We will help you to compare plans, and enroll in coverage. All of our services are offered to you at no cost.

Liberty Medicare represents many well-known Virginia Health Insurance Marketplace providers. Learn more about all of the benefits of working with Liberty Medicare.

If you are considering buying insurance in the Health Insurance Marketplace, let us guide you. To see real quotes from insurance providers, visit our Health Insurance Marketplace Quotes or give us a call at 877-657-7477.