Registered and Certified Agent in the Federal Exchange- Certification Complete!
Next Tuesday, October 1, 2013, marks the first day of open enrollment for President Obama’s Affordable Care Act. The expectation is that 7 million uninsured Americans will be enrolling into a qualified health plan over the next six months of the open enrollment season.
It is a requirement from the federal government that all agents and brokers be registered and certified in the Federally-Facilitated Marketplace to help uninsured Americans enroll and purchase qualified health insurance plans through the Marketplace.
The agents at America’s Health Insurance have completed the required training and have passed all of the required exams to become registered and certified agents to assist and sell in the Federally-Facilitated Marketplace.
Consumers who are shopping for health insurance in the states that have deferred to the federal government exchange will be able to purchase health insurance plans through America’s Health Insurance as their registered and certified agent in the Marketplace. Agents at America’s Health Insurance will be able to help assess a consumer’s eligibility for a qualified health plan, assess the consumer’s eligibility for subsidy, and assist in the enrollment and purchasing of a qualified health plan.
America’s Health Insurance has been in the health insurance industry for over 30 years. They are one of the top three health insurance producers in the United States. As the Affordable Care Act approaches, they are working hard to bring the best possible health care coverage for their clients, and to help alleviate any confusion in the process of enrolling into a qualified health plan through the Marketplace. America’s Health Insurance can be reached by phone 1-888-589-3000.
This article was first published as a national press release. Please view our original press release here.