Insure GeorgiaHealthcare Access
Are you looking for affordable healthcare in Georgia? Look no further! Insure Georgia is Community Health Work’s sister organization, committed to guiding you towards high-quality, yet affordable healthcare solutions. Ensuring everyone has access to the healthcare they need is vital in improving the health of Georgia communities. Simply put, we believe that affordable healthcare is the key to a thriving Georgia.
Originally functioning as a Marketplace Navigator Organization funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Insure Georgia played a critical role in guiding residents through healthcare options. Despite the reduction of government funding in 2018, the need for guidance in finding affordable healthcare persisted among residents. To continue meeting this need, Insure Georgia transformed into the state’s first nonprofit insurance agency. This change allows us to keep providing vital assistance to those in need of affordable healthcare coverage.
How Insure Georgia Helps
Insure Georgia is unbiased and nonpartisan, firmly believing that access to quality affordable healthcare transcends political boundaries. Insure Georgia actively supports the achievements of the Affordable Care Act, while also constructively addressing its limitations. Moreover, Insure Georgia’s expertise extends to assisting with Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplements, and Medicare Drug programs. The goal is to ensure you have access to all available options for affordable healthcare in Georgia.
Get Affordable Healthcare
The team is made up of highly skilled insurance experts who can handle a variety of needs, from simple to complex. To get started, schedule a private appointment with one of Insure Georgia’s licensed insurance agents/brokers here. Most enrollments can be done quickly via phone or online screen sharing. You can also reach out to them at 866-988-8246 for personalized assistance.
Healthcare Insurance Marketplace open enrollment starts each year on November 1st and runs through January 15th. During this period, anyone can apply for coverage without meeting special enrollment requirements.