UNINSURED? LOOKING FOR HELP GETTING HEALTH INSURANCE?

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”), millions of Americans can purchase affordable health insurance plans on the insurance marketplace or exchange. All of the plans cover the basics, like doctor visits, hospitalizations, maternity care, prescription medications, ER care, and more. Plus, birth control and well-woman exams are provided at no additional cost to you!

Open Enrollment for purchasing 2018 health insurance on Colorado’s exchange,
Connect for Health Colorado, is Nov. 1, 2017 – Jan. 12, 2018.  

Think you can’t afford health insurance?
Depending on your income, you may qualify for a subsidy (financial assistance) to help you pay the costs of your insurance plan.

Financial Help Still Available for 2018

A note from Connect for Health Colorado: “Contrary to what you may have heard, financial help is still available for 2018. You may have also heard that the current administration has decided to end Cost-Sharing Reduction payments. These payments are reimbursements to health insurance companies. It does NOT eliminate Cost-Sharing Reductions for you. In fact, many customers receiving financial help through Connect for Health Colorado will likely pay less in 2018 than in 2017. They will see the premium that they pay (full premium minus the Premium Tax Credit amount) go down by 20% on average in 2018.”

Get information on 2018 plans and prices at Connect for Health Colorado or make an appointment to meet with an Enrollment Specialist at Women’s Health. See hours and phone number.

If you are a Women’s Health patient or would like to be, make sure to choose an
insurance plan that you can use at Women’s Health!

See list of all insurance plans accepted at Women’s Health.


Think you might be eligible for Medicaid?
Schedule an appointment with an Enrollment Specialist at Women’s Health to help you determine eligibility and get you enrolled — right here at Women’s Health! Medicaid enrollment is open year round.


Are you a Transgender person looking for health insurance?
See this handy guide from One Colorado on which insurance plans provide the best coverage for transgender Coloradans.