ACA OPEN ENROLLMENT IN GEORGIA: Five Things to Know ACA OPEN ENROLLMENT IN GEORGIA: Five Things to Know Initial rate proposals are in for health insurance plans next year on Georgias Affordable Care Act exchange. After brutal rate increases last year, 2019s increases appear to be modest. (AP Photo/Jon Elswick) , but there's still help. Georgias new federally approved navigator organization is Georgia Refugee Health and Mental Health. Though it hasn't added a new name for open enrollment, it is serving everyone now, not just refugees. Its number is 1-888-230-7772 and its website is Insure Georgia, a statewide navigator in previous years, is also still trying to help people. Its no longer a navigator, but its staffers have registered as insurance agents to keep helping people enroll. Insure Georgia is still available at 1-866-988-8246 and A: Open enrollment started Nov. 1 and its end date is Dec. 15. Last year, Georgia got an extension because of the hurricanes in 2017, but theres been no federal announcement of an extension yet following 2018s Hurricane Michael. But you still have to pay for medical care. Without insurance, you won't have that help in paying. And maybe most important, when you get care you won't get the lower prices that insurance companies negotiate with drug companies, doctors and hospitals; you'll get whatever price the providers decide to charge. Author: Ariel Hart 

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