How to sign up for a health insurance plan in the new year
Posted On June 21, 2021
The new year has been a year of uncertainty for many Americans, and there is still much to consider.
Some of those uncertainties come from uncertainty over which health insurance plans will be offered, as well as the state of the country’s health care system, according to health information provider Genesis Health.
In January, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law, and many Americans signed up for health insurance under it.
But that’s not necessarily the case with the vast majority of Americans.
As of Jan. 1, 2016, the ACA has been suspended in five states: Iowa, Indiana, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.
It will resume in Iowa, Minnesota and North Dakota on Jan. 20.
As for the health insurance marketplaces, health insurance companies have been running ads in the news, urging people to sign their up for insurance, in order to get the health care benefits they need.
But as the new years come to an end, many people who signed up in January are still waiting for their health insurance to start to take effect.
According to Genesis Health, more than 5 million Americans signed on for health care through their health insurer during the first two months of 2016.
But as of Jan 1, the number of people who were signed up and were enrolled in their health plan dropped by nearly 50%.
That’s because people are now not being given a reason for signing up.
According to Genesis, more Americans are not signing up because they are not sure how their health care will be covered in the future.
“People are being told that they don’t have to sign a new policy.
They have a preexisting condition, and if they don