Marketplace health insurance plans include free preventive care.
There are a variety of health insurance plans you can pick from. This year 12 plans are available to Delaware residents on open enrollment day. Quality Insights certified Navigators will help you shop by comparing plan features and prices side-by-side so you can select the one that is most affordable and meets you or your family’s needs.
If your application determines that you eligible for Medicaid or the CHIP program, Quality Insights Navigators will put you in direct contact with the applicable agency. Since Delaware expanded Medicaid eligibility to adults under the age of 65 with incomes up to 138% of the federal poverty level (FPL), Medicaid enrollment in Delaware has grown by nearly 25,000 people. Children ages 1-18 who aren’t eligible for Medicaid but whose household income doesn’t exceed 212% of the FPL will be referred to the Healthy Children program, which is Delaware’s CHIP program.
Although health insurance coverage is no longer mandatory at the federal level, you may experience financial hardship if you get injured or develop a serious illness and don’t have health insurance. This year, the Biden-Harris Administration is offering health care plans at record-low costs because “Health care should be a right and in reach for everyone.”
If you have Medicare coverage, you are not eligible to use the Marketplace to buy a health or dental plan.