ATLANTA – Affordable Care Act Marketplace registrations continue to surpass previous years with approximately 11.5 million enrollees.
The Biden-Harris Administration announced that Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplace registration continues to surpass previous years, with nearly 11.5 million people nationwide choosing a health plan as of December 15, 2022. 2023. About 1.8 million more people signed up for health insurance, an increase of 18% compared to this time last year.
“Unprecedented investments lead to unprecedented results. “Under President Biden’s leadership, we have strengthened the Affordable Care Act Market with record affordability, strong competition and historic outreach efforts, and today’s enrollment numbers reflect that,” said HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra. will be able to find a plan for a low price. As we enter the new year, there is no greater gift than the peace of mind that comes with having high-quality, affordable healthcare. There’s still time to sign up by January 15 – visit HealthCare.gov today.
“This year, we are delighted to see so many new members to Healthcare.gov take advantage of expanded financial assistance and new eligibility to purchase affordable, comprehensive healthcare coverage that they can use to help themselves and their families stay healthy,” said Chiquita, CMS Administrator. “We look forward to a strong final month for Open Enrollment and encourage anyone needing quality health insurance to visit HealthCare.gov and CuidadoDeSalud.gov by January 15 to see their plan options.”
The Biden-Harris Administration has made expanding U.S. families’ access to health coverage and reducing healthcare costs a top priority, and under their leadership, the national unemployment rate hit an all-time low earlier this year.
The Biden-Harris Administration encourages all families to visit HealthCare.gov and check out the healthcare coverage options and savings available to them. This year, thanks to the Reducing Inflation Act, more people will continue to receive enhanced tax credits to purchase quality and affordable health insurance. Four out of five people who sign up with HealthCare.gov will be able to find a plan for $10 or less after tax credits. People covered by HealthCare.gov are encouraged to go back and shop to see if another plan better meets their needs at a lower cost.
Individuals will also benefit from a highly competitive Marketplace. Ninety-two percent of people enrolled with HealthCare.gov will have access to options from three or more insurance companies when they shop for plans. Biden-Harris Management has also made it easier for consumers to compare and choose plans by creating standardized plans that offer many of the same benefits at the same cost.
The HealthCare.gov Marketplace Open Enrollment will remain open until January 15, 2023. People who do not currently have health insurance or are already on a Marketplace plan can go to HealthCare.gov to submit or update their application until January 15, 2023, for coverage to begin. February 1, 2023.
The next snapshot of national plan choices, including state-based Marketplaces, will be released on January 11, 2023.