New Laws Marketplace exchanges

Types of Health Insurance Marketplace Exchanges

Federally-facilitated Marketplace: In a Federally-facilitated Marketplace, HHS performs all Marketplace functions. Consumers in states with a Federally-facilitated Marketplace apply for and enroll in coverage through healthcare.gov.

State-based Marketplace: States running a State-based Marketplace are responsible for performing all Marketplace functions. Consumers in these states apply for and enroll in coverage through Marketplace websites established and maintained by the states.

Federally-supported State-based Marketplace: States with this type of Marketplace are considered to have a State-based Marketplace, and are responsible for performing all Marketplace functions, except that the state will rely on the Federally-facilitated Marketplace IT platform. Consumers in these states apply for and enroll in coverage through heatlhcare.gov.

State-Partnership Marketplace States entering into a Partnership Marketplace may administer in-person consumer assistance functions and HHS will perform the remaining Marketplace functions. Consumers in states with a Partnership Marketplace apply for and enroll in coverage through healthcare.gov.

 
List of exchanges:
State Exchange
Alabama Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Alaska Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Arizona Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Arkansas Federally-facilitated Marketplace
California State-based Marketplace
Colorado State-based Marketplace
Connecticut State-based Marketplace
Delaware Federally-facilitated Marketplace
District of Columbia State-based Marketplace
Florida Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Georgia Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Hawaii State-based Marketplace
Idaho State-based Marketplace
Illinois Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Indiana Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Iowa Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Kansas Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Kentucky Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Louisiana Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Maine Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Maryland State-based Marketplace
Massachusetts State-based Marketplace
Michigan Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Minnesota State-based Marketplace
Mississippi Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Missouri Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Montana Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Nebraska Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Nevada Federally-facilitated Marketplace
New Hampshire Federally-facilitated Marketplace
New Jersey Federally-facilitated Marketplace
New Mexico Federally-facilitated Marketplace
New York State-based Marketplace
North Carolina Federally-facilitated Marketplace
North Dakota Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Ohio Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Oklahoma Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Oregon Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Pennsylvania Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Rhode Island State-based Marketplace
South Carolina Federally-facilitated Marketplace
South Dakota Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Tennessee Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Texas Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Utah Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Vermont State-based Marketplace
Virginia Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Washington State-based Marketplace
West Virginia Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Wisconsin Federally-facilitated Marketplace
Wyoming Federally-facilitated Marketplace

Premium subsidies & cost sharing reductions can only be obtained on an exchange. Personal information such as employer and income information, social security number, address, marital status, and dependents will be required by the exchange in order to determine if you are eligible for a premium subsidy or a reduction in the out-of-pocket costs you pay for covered medical services.

 
 
 
 

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