WI Health Care Coverage

HealthCare.gov Information

2023-2024 Highlights to share with your clients

  • HealthCare.gov Open Enrollment is November 01-January 15.
  • Consumers will continue to get extra financial help on HealthCare.gov through 2025.
  • Public benefits such as food, housing, and health insurance are safe for immigrants and their families to access.
  • Health insurance companies must have more standard plans on HealthCare.gov, simplifying plan comparison and selection.
  • HealthCare.gov will now accept a consumer's confirmation of income even when IRS income data does not match.
  • After January 1, anyone who loses Medicaid will have a 90-day special enrollment period, which is even longer during Unwinding.
  • Employers are required to give their employees who lose Medicaid a 60-day special enrollment period. Employees may need to advocate for this.
  • Agents, brokers, and web brokers are now required to document consumer consent before enrolling them in a plan and will need to keep a record of consent for 10 years.
  • Navigators and Certified Application Counselors already have to collect consent before they can help with HealthCare.gov or Medicaid enrollment.

Wisconsin's 2024 QHPs and contact information by County

Source: Covering Wisconsin: www.coveringwi.org (Info effective as of 10/17/23)

[page updated 06/17/2024]