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We offer many individual health plans options to select from. We offer plans that are customized to suit your budget and needs. You can choose from a pool of affordable insurance options from top carriers in the country. With individual insurance, you can access preventative health care and save money on prescriptions and doctor’s visits. Get a customized individual health insurance plan in just a few clicks!

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Finding the right insurance for your family is one of the most important decisions you can make. We offer a wide range of affordable insurance plans from leading insurance firms from which you can choose. Finding the ideal family insurance plan for your loved ones does not have to be complicated. We offer customized quotes that suit your family needs and budget. Fill in the form to get your customized quote!

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Health Insurance Plans offers a wide array of group health insurance options for both small and large companies. We customize our products to meet the needs of your business and help you find an insurance plan that is both cost effective and prioritizes the wellbeing of your employees. Make the most of the numerous, affordable and top group health insurance plans. Get your quote from Health Insurance today!

Health Insurance in Illinois

The Illinois Health Marketplace

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Illinois runs a partnership exchange with the federal government. That means the state runs Get Covered Illinois – which offers a website, in-person assistance, and a help desk – while Illinois residents enroll or make plan changes through

Open enrollment for 2020 health plans is over, although residents with qualifying events can enroll or make changes to their coverage for 2020. The next open enrollment period, for health insurance effective in 2021, will begin November 1, 2020.

Illinois Enrollment in Qualified Health Plans

294,263 persons enrolled in qualified health plans (QHPs) through the Illinois exchange during the open enrollment period for 2020 coverage. As is the case in most states that use, enrollment peaked in Illinois in 2016, when 388,179 people enrolled.

Enrollment has declined every year since then, because of many factors, including reduced federal funding for exchange marketing and outreach, higher premiums for individuals who don’t get subsidies, the abolition of the ACA’s mandate penalty, and the expansion of short-term health plans as an alternative to ACA-compliant plans.
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Medicaid and CHIP in Illinois

Medicaid expansion in Illinois was approved in 2013 and went into effect in 2014. Consequently, about 350,000 new enrollees were accepted in just the first several months. A year later, in 2015, total enrollments under Medicaid expansion in Illinois had reached 623,000. By August 2016, the total had surpassed 646,000, although it had dropped to just over 600,000 by mid-2018.

As of September 2019, 2.8 million inhabitants of Illinois were covered by Medicaid/CHIP. That was 7 percent higher than the enrollment total in late 2013, but it was down from 2.95 million in mid-2018.

How Obamacare Is Assisting Illinois Residents

Illinois has had relative achievement under the Affordable Care Act. Its uninsured rates have been almost cut in half as more residents access coverage via subsidized private plans on the state’s exchange, and more than 600,000 persons are covered under expanded Medicaid.

12.7 percent of the residents were uninsured in 2013, according to U.S. Census data, and that had fallen to 6.5 percent by 2016 because of the ACA. At that point, the state average uninsured rate was 8.6 percent. By 2018, the state’s uninsured rate had crept back up to 7 percent, mirroring a countrywide uptick in the uninsured rate under the Trump administration.

Other ACA Reform Provisions

The Affordable Care Act designed a federal loan program, known as the Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan (CO-OP) Program. The program is intended to increase consumer choice and expand competition by enabling new nonprofit health insurers to enter the market.

In Illinois, Land of Lincoln Health received over $160 million in grant funds. But like most of the CO-OPs, Land of Lincoln struggled financially, and it ended operations September 30, 2016. As of early 2020, only four ACA-created CO-OPs remained in service, out of 23 that began offering coverage in the fall of 2013.

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