Access Health CT’s storefronts closing for regular business this summer
Access Health CT’s storefront enrollment centers in New Britain and New Haven will close for day-to-day business this summer and reopen in the fall, according to the state’s health insurance exchange. The two storefronts will host educational sessions about health care reform during the summer.
People with questions about health reform, their coverage or Access Health can reach a representative by phone at 855-805-4325. Information about the summer educational sessions will be posted at learn.accesshealthct.com.
During the recent open enrollment period, which ran from Oct. 1 through March 31, 19,500 people visited the enrollment centers, and 9,917 people signed up for private insurance or Medicaid coverage there.
The next open enrollment period for private insurance begins Nov. 15. People who go through a change in circumstances that causes them to lose their coverage or need to make a change – such as divorce, losing a job or marriage – can qualify for a special enrollment period to sign up for insurance. People who qualify can sign up for Medicaid at any point in the year.
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