No health insurance?
It's not too late to get a lower-cost plan—but act before
Don’t miss out!
- Health insurance plans are
available for different needs and budgets—and they
change every year.
- Check with an experienced guide to
see how low the cost can be. Lots of people have been
surprised when their guide helped them find options for
affordable plans they hadn’t discovered on their own.
Special new discounts make health insurance affordable for
many more people!
- It’s a relief to have health
insurance. It may change—or save—your life.
- Most people in Larimer County now
have coverage—join them! A new survey shows that 94% of
us are covered by health insurance. See if it can work for
- It’s the law. Most people are
now required by law to have health insurance or else pay a
fine, and the amount increases yearly. Get
something for your money that protects your family.
- We can help. Larimer Health Connect can help
you determine your options and get signed up.
Don't miss the January 31 deadline!
Open enrollment ends Jan. 31, 2016. For most people this is the last day to buy 2016 health insurance from the Connect for Health Colorado Marketplace.
Did your plan auto-renew for 2016?
It's not too late to review
If you bought a health plan through the Connect for Health
Colorado Marketplace, your plan may have renewed
automatically for 2016.
CHECK to see if your plan still meets your needs. You can
make changes up until Jan. 31, 2016. Don’t get
stuck with a plan that isn’t right for you.
- Your plan costs may change. Monthly premium and other costs
might change—check! Some people who didn’t check last year
found themselves with unexpectedly higher rates.
- There may be a plan that costs less and works better for
your needs. Your total costs could be very different
depending on which plan you choose. A guide may be able to
help you find better options. Nationally, more than one in
four people who qualify for lower costs don’t receive
them—largely because they aren’t aware of key information.
- Your situation may have changed. Be sure your income and
family information is
up to date.
- We can help you review options. You can still
make changes to your coverage during open enrollment, but
you may have a gap in your coverage.
New customers can shop at any time if they experience a qualifying life