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About the California Health Insurance Marketplace
California is one of a few states in the U.S. that has its own official health insurance marketplace under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. This marketplace is called Covered California. We are not affiliated with the official Covered California marketplace and we are not a health insurance company. We can, however, connect you with multiple California health insurance providers and brokers, giving you a streamlined way to compare your state’s options all in one place. These options include both marketplace plans, also known as "Obamacare," and non-government plans. By filling out a few pieces of information about yourself, we can match you to the best plan that suits your personal needs.
Do I Qualify for a Plan?
In order to get an Obamacare Plan, you must sign up during Open Enrollment. If you missed Open Enrollment, you can still get an Obamacare plan during Special Enrollment. You qualify for Special Enrollment if you, or someone in your household, recently experienced certain life events -- such as login health coverage, changing jobs, getting married/divorced, having a child, or moving, to name a few.
About the Affordable Care Act
The Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as "Obamacare", has helped millions of people get health care coverage. Before the ACA, health insurance was unaffordable and unavailable for many. Now, with Obamacare, if you meet certain qualifications, the government will help pay for your monthly premiums and out-of-pocket cost. And for those who have preexisting medical conditions, you can no longer be denied coverage under Obamacare.
Why Choose AffordableCareCalifornia.org
We are not the government. We are not a health insurance company. Instead, AffordableCareCalifornia.org works with multiple health insurance providers and brokers, making it easy for you to compare several options -- all in one place.
How easy? It just takes 3 steps to find your plan: