Healthcare Marketplace Open Enrollment Tuesday

first_imgPremera Blue Cross is the only provider still in Alaska; Moda Health announced it would not be providing coverage in Alaska in 2017. The average 27-year-old in Alaska will now pay roughly $760 a month for health insurance, before subsidies are applied. The national average is just $302, but Department of Health and Human Services officials say federal subsidies will bring most Alaskans’ rates down to $100 per month or less. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Alaskan can enroll in health insurance plans through the federal health insurance marketplace starting tomorrow, Tuesday November 1.center_img We’ve previously reported that nationwide premiums will be rising by 25%. In Alaska, rates are only rising by an average 7%, but residents of the 49th state will continue to pay the highest premiums in the nation.last_img

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