A lot of Obamacare enrollees are worried that their enrollment will be delayed.
In an effort to make up for the fact that some people aren’t getting the required subsidies, some people are starting to file claims on October 31.
Unfortunately, that doesn’t help much.
As a result, the deadline for people to sign up for coverage is now October 31, 2019.
The problem is, that means you won’t be able to enroll in any coverage through October 31 if you have a preexisting condition, and your insurance will only kick in on the first day of enrollment.
If you have already signed up for insurance through October, you can still enroll in coverage until October 31 to take advantage of the extra time to get your coverage through.
Here’s how to do it, and what you’ll need to do to do so.
What are preexisitve conditions?
If you’ve had a preexi-conditions condition, like heart failure, you probably qualify for a state-funded plan.
If that means your premiums will be cheaper, but you don’t qualify for subsidies, you might be able access coverage through the marketplace through October.
(If you’re eligible for a subsidized subsidy, you won’st be able until November.)
A state-run insurance exchange, like that run by the state of Washington, will set you up for subsidies through the end of October.
If, however, you don\’t qualify for any subsidy, your coverage is still available through the Marketplace through October 25, 2019, and you can continue to enroll for coverage through November.
So you’re in the same situation as a pre-existing condition.
But what happens if you get a preexcision condition?
Well, it depends on the state.
For example, if you’ve got a heart condition, you may not qualify for coverage at all if you don.
If your insurance doesn’t cover you, your insurer can’t set you aside as a catastrophic medical condition.
If there’s a preemergent condition, such as a preexsisting condition that requires you to work and/or work on a certain schedule, you’re also not eligible for subsidies.
In that case, your premium will be based on the cost of your insurance.
In many states, premiums for health insurance will be subsidized for the first year, and then gradually increase to the level they would be if you were still on your health insurance policy.
If premiums rise significantly in 2019, you’ll have to pay more for coverage in 2020.
If the price of your coverage goes up even more in 2020, you could get caught up in a health insurance premium tax and be stuck with higher premiums for a year or two.
It might be wise to take time to consider the costs of your plan before you decide whether to get covered.
But if you’re ready to sign on to Obamacare, you should know the full extent of the subsidy that’s available to people with preexistential conditions.
Which state is in charge of setting up the subsidies?
Many states have taken a lead role in setting up this subsidy, though it can vary depending on the jurisdiction.
Here\’s a list of the states where insurance companies are currently running enrollment events and where you can get information about them.
California: California is a large state with lots of medical facilities and hospitals.
The state has set up a web page that provides information about health insurance options, including subsidies.
(Click on the links to find out more.)
Massachusetts: Massachusetts has set the enrollment deadline for its exchange, and it\’s one of the largest in the country.
If an exchange is set up in Massachusetts, people with pre-preexisting conditions can apply for coverage online through October 28, 2019 and can start receiving subsidies on October 30.
New Jersey: New Jersey\’s exchange is running its own enrollment events.
The exchange has set an enrollment deadline of October 30 for individuals and October 31 for individuals with preexisting conditions.
New York: New York is a small state, but it has set a deadline of September 30 for the next-door New York City-area exchange, where insurers are set to launch coverage starting in October.
Washington: Washington has set another deadline of November 5 for enrollment for its health insurance exchange.
But the state has not set a date for enrollees to start receiving insurance through its exchange.
Oregon: Oregon has set its enrollment deadline, but there\’s no date set for enrollee enrollment.
New Mexico: New Mexico has set enrollee deadline for October 1, 2019 but has not provided any details.
Arizona: Arizona has set enrollment deadline that will be the first of the year for people with existing conditions, and people with a preexisting condition will have to apply by October 5, 2019 for coverage.
Iowa: Iowa is in the process of setting an enrollment goal for the health insurance marketplace.
But it has not given a specific date for enrollment.
Utah: Utah has