Governor Quinn Launches Get Covered Illinois

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The New Online Marketplace for Affordable Health Care Statewide Options Now Available Through Illinois' Off...
The New Online Marketplace for Affordable Health Care Statewide Options Now Available Through Illinois' Official Health Marketplace Created by the Affordable Care Act CHICAGO – Governor Pat Quinn today launched Get Covered Illinois, the state’s comprehensive education and enrollment online platform for uninsured residents to sign up for health coverage under the Federal Affordable Care Act (ACA). Today’s announcement is part of Governor Quinn's commitment to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Illinois. “Today we are launching a new state of health care for more than one million of our uninsured relatives, loved ones, friends and neighbors,” Governor Quinn said. “Get Covered Illinois – the state’s new health insurance marketplace – will make health care more affordable than ever for those who need it. While there may be bumps along the way, this is a turning point in our nation and the state as we strive to provide decent health care to all.” GetCoveredIllinois.gov is the official website marketplace where individuals, families and small business owners can get connected to their new health insurance options with coverage starting Jan. 1. The state is working with community groups in every corner of the state to provide direct enrollment assistance. Get Covered Illinois will be robust with eight major companies that are participating: Aetna Life Insurance Company Coventry Health and Life Insurance Company Coventry Health Care of Illinois, Inc. Health Alliance Medical Plans, Inc. Health Care Service Corporation, a Mutual Legal Reserve Company (Blue Cross) Humana Health Plan, Inc. Humana Insurance Company Land of Lincoln Mutual Health Insurance Company "Illinois is excited and proud to be launching the most ambitious wellness initiative in our state’s history," Deputy Governor Cristal Thomas said. “This will require a massive education and sign-up effort, and we are committed to working with our partners across the state to ensure that all of those who are eligible know about their options and are able to select a health plan that meets their needs.”
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