The Health Insurance Marketplace (Healthcare.gov) is a public website available to you to shop for individual health insurance plans. Cigna participates in the Federal Insurance Marketplace in six states: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas. We also participate in state Health Insurance Marketplaces in Colorado and Maryland. Keep in mind, you can always purchase a Marketplace plan directly from Cigna on our website by clicking here.
Do you qualify for financial assistance? Financial assistance can help you lower the cost of health insurance if you qualify. Watch this video to learn more about financial assistance.
You can sign up for a health insurance plan during the annual Open Enrollment period. Open Enrollment for 2016 starts on 11/1/15. You may be eligible to purchase insurance outside of Open Enrollment if you have a qualifying life event – such as lost coverage from work, marriage, or a new child. Depending on where you live, please visit the Federal Insurance Marketplace or your state's Health Insurance Marketplace online to see the selection of health plan options offered in your state.
Health Care Reform: What it Means to You
With few exceptions, all individuals need to have health insurance. Whether you're unemployed, self-employed, an early retiree, between jobs, or a student, it’s highly likely that you are required to have health insurance. Because of the Affordable Care Act, you can choose the insurance plan that best fits the health care needs for you and your family, as well as your budget, with new benefits, rights and protections. Learn more about Health Care Reform
Qualifying for Federal Financial Assistance
If you're on a tight budget, you may be worried about health care expenses. Whether you are looking for an individual health insurance plan or a family plan, depending on your income level and household size, you might qualify for federal financial assistance to help lower the cost of your health insurance. Learn more about Federal Financial Assistance and find out if you qualify
Understanding "Metal" or "Coverage" Levels
"Metal levels", also known as "coverage levels", can help you compare “apples to apples” when choosing a health insurance plan. Each metal level represents a different level of coverage. Learn more about metal levels
Health Insurance Marketplace FAQs
You’re not alone in having questions about the Health Insurance Marketplace. Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Marketplace are available. Click here to read the Marketplace FAQs