The open enrollment period for health insurance through the Colorado marketplace ends Jan. 15. In Delta County, 1,069 residents have enrolled in private health insurance. Households, on average, are saving $1,114 a month on their premium.
More than 156,000 Coloradans selected health care coverage for 2019 through the state health insurance Marketplace through Dec. 15, a rate 5 percent ahead of signups one year ago, according to new data released today by Connect for Health Colorado®.
For the more than 1,100 Delta County residents who purchase their health insurance through Connect for Health Colorado, open enrollment for 2019 begins on Nov. 1. This is the one time all year when customers can change their health insurance coverage, unless they experience a life-changing event.
Despite a notice recently mailed to local participants in Rocky Mountain Health Plans, the health insurance plan will remain active in Delta County in 2019.
According to an email received from Nicole Konkoly, RAE network relations manager for Rocky Mountain Health Plans, "The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) sent a notice informing all RMHP (Rocky Mountain Health Plans) Medicare Members that their Medicare Cost Plan would not be available in 2019.
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