Email update: Crucial Note on Open Enrollment | Congressman Ami Bera

Email update: Crucial Note on Open Enrollment

Nov 8, 2017
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Email update sent on November 8th, 2017

I sent an email update recently with an important reminder on Open Enrollment for Covered California. Read below to learn more, and please make sure to join my updates now so you don't miss any in the future!


Friend – As a doctor, I know many families are concerned about the future of their health care. So today, I wanted to pass along some crucial information that could help you and your family. 

It’s now Open Enrollment for Covered California, the state’s health insurance marketplace. If you don’t receive health insurance through your employer, this is the time of year you can sign up and get covered.

If you’re uninsured or would like a plan that works better for you, Covered California may be able to help. You can shop for different insurance plans, explore your options, and possibly find a better plan. Many folks are also eligible for tax credits that makes coverage more affordable each month.

Please click here to visit Covered California now to learn more!

I know that too many families are still struggling with high health care costs and are paying more while getting less. Higher deductibles and out-of-pocket costs make it harder to make ends meet on a tight budget.

The good news is that the Affordable Care Act and Covered California are open for business. The California marketplace remains stable and many folks are eligible for financial aid to lower their costs. Individuals with incomes below $48,240 or a family of four with an income below $98,400 can get help paying for their health insurance. 

If you or someone you know needs health insurance, please visit Covered California today to learn more.

And if you’d like free, in-person help, you can visit www.coveredca.com/get-help or call (800) 300-1506 to learn more. 

Please feel free to forward this email to anyone you know who could use this helpful information!

Be well,

Ami Bera, M.D.
Member of Congress

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