There’s nothing like the peace of mind that comes from affordable health coverage. And now Nevadans can prepare for open enrollment and find a health plan that fits their needs.
Starting on Oct. 3, 2019, you’ll be able to compare health insurance plans and prices before the 2020 Open Enrollment Period (Nov. 1- Dec. 15).
To window shop health insurance before Open Enrollment begins, check out Nevada Health Link’s new plans and prices for plan year 2020.
3 Terms to Know When Comparing Plans and Prices:
We understand coverage needs vary from person to person and budget to budget, so we don’t offer one-size-fits-all plans. Nevada Health Link offers four metal health plans to accommodate your needs and circumstances. Compare our Gold, Silver, Bronze and Catastrophic plans before Open Enrollment begins Nov. 1, 2019.
Learn the differences between Nevada Health Link’s metal plans.
Discounts in the form of premium tax credits are sometimes called subsidies. They can be used to lower your monthly insurance payment, also known as a premium. Subsidies are calculated using the income estimate and household information that you use in your enrollment application.
Zero Dollar Cost
Depending upon your household income, you could qualify for a health insurance plan for as little as $0 a month. If your estimated income falls between 138% and 400% of the federal poverty level (FPL) for your household size, you qualify for a premium tax credit.
If you need assistance immediately or have questions on how to shop for health insurance before Open Enrollment begins, you can call the Nevada Health Link Customer Assistance Center at 1-800-547-2927 or email us at CustomerServiceNVHL@exchange.nv.gov.