WHAT DOES THE LAW MEAN FOR ME IF I ALREADY HAVE INSURANCE?
If you have health insurance through your employer or Medicaid, you likely won’t have to change anything. If you enrolled in a Marketplace plan during the last enrollment period, your coverage will most likely be automatically renewed.
If you currently buy insurance for yourself or your family, the law provides new, more affordable, quality health insurance plans available to you. If you happen to lose your current insurance you may qualify for a special enrollment period where you can enroll in a new plan on the Marketplace.
The law has important benefits for people who already have insurance, like prescription birth control, breast and cervical cancer screenings, and well-woman visits covered for free, without a copay. It also makes sure that insurance companies can’t put limits on how much they will pay for care you might need in a year or in your lifetime. And you can stay on your parents’ health insurance plan until age 26.
Many health insurance plans include Planned Parenthood as an in-network provider. Find a Planned Parenthood health center near you.
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