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  • Am I eligible for coverage in the Marketplace?

    Most people will be eligible for health coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace. To be eligible for health coverage through the Marketplace, you: 1) must live in the United States; 2) must be a U.S. citizen or national (or be lawfully present); 3) can't be currently incarcerated Content Detail

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    HHS.gov
  • Call a Georgia Navigator to Get Help with Understanding ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act) Health Insurance Purchases

    Consumer assistance to help you make an informed choice Starting on October 1, 2013 Georgia residents will have the opportunity to shop for affordable health insurance through a Federal health- insurance marketplace. Seedco and its local community partners are reaching out to residents throughout the state of Georgia to provide them with valuable information so they can make informed choices about their new health insurance options and learn about the benefits of being insured. Content Detail

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    SEEDCo
  • Denied Medicaid? New Medicaid Rules for Georgians under the Affordable Care Act

    If you have been denied family Medicaid because of: Child Support income or too many assets (like bank accounts, cars, or property), you may be eligible for Medicaid or Peachcare beginning January 1, 2014. Content Detail

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    Georgia Legal Services Program®
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    Spanish / Español
  • Fact Sheet: What You Should Know about VA Health Care & the Affordable Care Act

    If you are enrolled in VA health care, you don’t need to take additional steps to meet the health care law coverage standards. The health care law does not change VA health benefits or Veterans’ out-of-pocket costs. If you are not enrolled in VA health care, you can apply at any time. Content Detail

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    VA.gov
  • Georgia's Insurance Exchange Regions

    Click on a region number to see which insurance companies plan to sell insurance in that region and a list of the counties in the region. The chart at right lists a sample plan and shows how costs differ by where the consumer lives. Content Detail

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    Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • HealthCare.gov - The Federal Government Website with the Answers on "ObamaCare"

    This link takes you to a federal government website managed by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. A new way to get affordable health care insurance coverage launches October 1, 2013. You can use this website to answer a few questions to learn if you qualify for lower health insurance costs. Content Detail

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    HealthCare.gov
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    Spanish / Español
  • How can I get ready to enroll in the Marketplace?

    To prepare to enroll, you can learn about types of health coverage, research your questions, and figure out what you need to know before open enrollment begins. Open enrollment starts October 1, 2013. Coverage can start as soon as January 1, 2014. Content Detail

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    HHS.gov
  • How does the health care law protect me?

    Whether you need health coverage or have it already, the health care law offers new rights and protections that make coverage fairer and easier to understand. Some rights and protections apply to plans in the Health Insurance Marketplace or other individual insurance, some apply to job-based plans, and some apply to all health coverage. These rights and protections provide even more choice and control over your health coverage when key parts of the law take effect in 2014. Use this guide to learn about your rights and protections today and in 2014. Content Detail

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    HealthCare.gov