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If you started an application before March 31, today is the last day to complete your enrollment! Finish now ➞ http://hlthc.re/1i56Km6

If you started an application before March 31, today is the last day to complete your enrollment! Finish now ➞ http://hlthc.re/1i56Km6

You made history

Millions of Americans now have health insurance—and peace of mind—but it couldn’t have happened without people like you.

Add your name to the permanent record of people who helped change the course of history.http://www.barackobama.com/history

At least 9.5 million previously uninsured people have gotten health insurance since Obamacare started, surveys and reports show.

+ Deadline to enroll for coverage this year: March 31
Act now to provide peace of mind for you & your family — and save money on quality coverage.
(During times of especially high demand, you may be queued to begin your online Marketplace application to ensure the best possible shopping experience.)
Get Covered


Deadline to enroll for coverage this year: March 31

Act now to provide peace of mind for you & your family — and save money on quality coverage.

(During times of especially high demand, you may be queued to begin your online Marketplace application to ensure the best possible shopping experience.)

Get Covered


President Obama: The health care deadline is here

A personal message from President Obama on why you should get covered before the March 31st deadline.

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+ Deadline to enroll for coverage this year: March 31
Act now to provide peace of mind for you & your family — and save money on quality coverage.
(During times of especially high demand, you may be queued to begin your online Marketplace application to ensure the best possible shopping experience.)
Get Covered

Deadline to enroll for coverage this year: March 31

Act now to provide peace of mind for you & your family — and save money on quality coverage.

(During times of especially high demand, you may be queued to begin your online Marketplace application to ensure the best possible shopping experience.)

Get Covered

Get Covered

Here’s a quick rundown on the most important things to know about the Health Insurance Marketplace.

The Marketplace helps uninsured people find health coverage. Fill out the Marketplace application and we’ll tell you if you qualify for:

Ready to Apply?

Use this checklist to gather items you’ll need when applying for coverage. Start your application now

Open enrollment continues through March 31, 2014.

Read more to learn about deadlines, eligibility, and exemptions »

Me ayudó a realizar mi sueño: Stefanía

"Yo pago $98 dólares al mes por mi seguro médico. No es muy caro y a la vez accesible. Tener un seguro de salud fue mi sueño y lo he logrado."

Gracias a la Ley del Cuidado de la Salud, millones de personas como Stefanía desde Sarasota, FL, pueden escoger e inscribirse en un plan médico a través del Mercado de seguros médicos.

La fecha límite para inscribirse este año y obtener cobertura médica: 31 de marzo

Inscríbase hoy en CuidadoDeSalud.gov

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Exif The Affordable Care Act Is Working
Health insurance has expanded. More than 5 million Americans have signed up for coverage through federal and state marketplaces; millions have been determined eligible for Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program; and 3 million young adults gained insurance through their parents’ coverage. Even more compelling than statistics are the letters hard-working Americans are sharing with the president. Their unscripted and private testimonials are building a lasting record of the life-changing—and often lifesaving—impacts the ACA is having. One woman from Colorado shared what the peace of mind of having coverage meant to her. “After using my new insurance for the first time, you probably heard my sigh of relief from the White House,” she wrote to President Obama. “I felt like a human being again. I felt that I had value.”

The Affordable Care Act Is Working

Health insurance has expanded. More than 5 million Americans have signed up for coverage through federal and state marketplaces; millions have been determined eligible for Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program; and 3 million young adults gained insurance through their parents’ coverage. Even more compelling than statistics are the letters hard-working Americans are sharing with the president. Their unscripted and private testimonials are building a lasting record of the life-changing—and often lifesaving—impacts the ACA is having. One woman from Colorado shared what the peace of mind of having coverage meant to her. “After using my new insurance for the first time, you probably heard my sigh of relief from the White House,” she wrote to President Obama. “I felt like a human being again. I felt that I had value.”