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Where can I get health insurance?

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You can get insurance from:

  • Your employer. Many share the costs of insurance with their employees.
  • Through your state's health insurance Marketplace online, also called an Exchange.
  • An insurance broker, who can help you choose a plan. They also might help you enroll in a Marketplace plan and get financial aid if you qualify.
  • A public health group like Medicare, Medicaid, or Veterans Affairs. Public health insurance such as Medicaid offers care for free or low cost.
Reviewed by Sarah Goodell on February 16, 2018
Reviewed by Sarah Goodell on February 16, 2018

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