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Your step-by-step guide for picking the best health insurance on the Marketplace

You have until Dec. 15 to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace. Download our handy calendar reminders and we’ll help you choose the right plan for you!

Cut through the confusion about the Marketplace and Open Enrollment

With all of the policy talk happening it D.C., you might be confused about what’s happening with the Affordable Care Act (also known as the ACA or Obamacare). Congress and the White House have tried to repeal, replace and reform the law that established the Federal Health Insurance Marketplaces. These failed attempts make it hard to know how this affects the upcoming Open Enrollment period that begins Nov. 1. 
 
Here are four key things to remember this Open Enrollment season: 

2018 Open Enrollment dates you need to know

Open Enrollment for Medicare plans began on Oct. 15 and will begin for Marketplace plans on Nov. 1. Learn how to prepare for upcoming deadlines.

5 ways to reduce Medicare out-of-pocket costs

NPF's Patient Navigation Center shares how we help people with psoriatic disease navigate Medicare.

Don’t get stuck in Medicare’s coverage gap

Out-of-pocket costs shouldn’t stop you from getting the drugs you need. Save money with these three tips.

Shopping for a new Medicare prescription drug plan

Medicare Part D enrollment runs Oct. 15 through Dec. 7. Here are some tips to get you started.

Health care reform is back and more troubling than ever

Last week, the U.S. Senate revived its efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or Obamacare). The new legislation, known as Graham-Cassidy, is moving quickly through the Senate process, as the reform window officially closes on September 30.  
 
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The cost-sharing reduction debate and what it means for patients

While Congress wrestles with health care reform, the marketplace remains in trouble.

Choose the health insurance that’s right for you

There's more to picking health insurance than premiums. Learn how to become your own best advocate.

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