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Health Care Insurance in NC
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Health Insurance Marketplace

HealthCare.gov

North Carolina elected not to create a state specific insurance marketplace.  Residents in North Carolina will use this federal site beginning October 1, 2013 to choose and enroll in a health insurance plan.  Also see the Spanish version.

Help Center:  HealthCare.gov

Includes a 24 hour toll free number (1-800-318-2596), online chat, and a short interview to determine programs of interest.

Find Local Help:  HealthCare.gov

Get personal help applying for health coverage by entering a City and State or Zip Code.

 

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Recommended Sites about Health Care Reform

From NC Health Info, a service of the Health Sciences Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Health Care Reform Law Fact Sheets

Facts about the Affordable Care Act with educational fact sheets from AARP's department of Education & Outreach. Many of these resources are also available in Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Tagalog.

Health Reform in Action

An overview of the Affordable Care Act and Health Insurance Marketplace compiled by the White House.

Health Reform: The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Frequently asked questions, issue briefs, and more from the Kaiser Foundation.

Enroll America

Enroll America is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to maximize the number of uninsured Americans who enroll in health coverage made available by the Affordable Care Act. Enroll America is a collaborative organization, working with partners that span the gamut of health coverage stakeholders—health insurers, hospitals, doctors, pharmaceutical companies, employers, consumer groups, faith-based organizations, civic organizations, and philanthropies—to engage many different voices in support of an easy, accessible, and widely available enrollment process

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