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Health Insurance Options for Veterans

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As a U.S. veteran, you have several options when it comes to protecting your and your family’s health. You can get quality, affordable health coverage from Maryland Health Connection, Maryland’s official health insurance marketplace. What you should know about your coverage options: If you are enrolled in coverage through the …

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Health Insurance Options for Individuals with HIV

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Here are some things to consider if you’re living with HIV and enrolling in a health plan: Quality health care is essential, especially if you’re living with HIV. Fortunately, health insurance companies can no longer deny coverage based on pre-existing conditions, including HIV. But if you need daily prescriptions or …

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Taking Care of You this National Women’s Health Week

This probably won’t come as a surprise: women make 80 percent of the health care decisions in their families. From choosing a health insurance plan to scheduling doctor visits to making sure the kids are up-to-date on their shots, women often take the lead in keeping their families healthy. But …

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3 Tips For New Moms This Mother’s Day

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Happy Mother’s Day, Maryland moms! Whether you’re preparing for a new baby, have a new addition, or recently adopted, you have a lot to celebrate. Here’s one more reason: a new baby or adoption means you’re eligible to enroll in health coverage or change plans. 3 things to know about enrolling now …

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Next open enrollment is Nov. 1 to Dec. 15

Mark your calendar: Open enrollment for 2018 health and dental plans is November 1 to December 15, 2017. Coverage starts January 1. The six-week enrollment period (in past years, enrollment was 90 days or more) is designed to simplify coverage-effective dates and better align with enrollment for other programs like …

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Health Coverage for Victims of Intimate Partner Violence

Victims of Intimate Partner Violence, also known as domestic violence, or victims of spousal abandonment can enroll in health insurance any time of the year through Maryland Health Connection, the state’s official health insurance marketplace. Financial help is available to lower the cost of coverage, and you can get in-person …

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