Our wish for this new year: everyone has health coverage!

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If you are not yet enrolled in a health plan for 2022, this could be your last chance. Enrollment is very simple, and can be done in person, by phone or online until January 15th. Plus, with more discounts and financial help, Maryland's Virtual Health Insurance Marketplace makes coverage truly affordable for everyone.

Scores of individuals have already enrolled through Maryland Health Connection and have chosen their coverage from a wide variety of plans from the most recognized insurance companies with excellent coverage throughout Maryland. Just go to the state insurance marketplace at MarylandHealthConnection.gov and shop around - you'll discover that there are several to suit your needs… and your pocket! You have until January 15th.

This year, new options were added to the existing savings and discounts that allow even families with better incomes to access discounts and quality plans at a very low cost. Plus, in Maryland, young adults ages 18 to 34 have extra savings. Just ask, our experts will help you make the most of your savings options. Various immigration statuses are eligible!

“We want all Maryland families to discover the new financial aid available this year. Insurance companies now offer plans in more counties - this means there are more options for everyone, statewide, ”stated Michele Eberle, executive director of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange.

This is the time to take the step, a small action today can bring us a whole year with the peace of mind of knowing that the health of our loved ones is covered ... with extremely low premiums, which can be as low as one dollar per month. Don't wait, since the deadline is January 15, if you miss this date you could have to wait a whole year to access a private plan. It should be noted that people eligible for Medicaid can enroll throughout the year.

Our wish for 2022 is that more and more families are covered with a quality health plan. Therefore, our experts are ready to answer all questions and assist those interested in the registration process, in English or Spanish. Visit MarylandHealthConnection.gov for help or call the toll-free call center, 1-855-642-8572.

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