Need Help Picking An ACA Health Plan? Some States Are Reaching Out

Minnesota’s ACA insurance exchange, MNsure, is spending state money this year to hire health care navigators who reach out to consumers to answer questions and help them find the right health plan.

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Minnesota’s ACA insurance exchange, MNsure, is spending state money this year to hire health care navigators who reach out to consumers to answer questions and help them find the right health plan.

Mark Zdechlik/MPR News

If you buy insurance on your own and have been paying attention to the Affordable Care Act, you’ve probably heard that open enrollment for 2018 plans has just started and the government is spending a lot less money this year to get the word out.

That’s true in the 39 states that rely on HealthCare.gov. But circumstances are different in some of the 11 states plus the District of Columbia that run their own ACA websites and marketplaces.

With<p>Article source: <a href=http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2017/11/01/560195060/need-help-picking-an-aca-health-plan-some-states-are-reaching-out?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=affordablecareact

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