Health Insurance Updates

Recent news coverage about possible changes to the Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare, may be causing you to have questions about your Ambetter health insurance coverage. We want to provide helpful information and answer your questions.

Below, you’ll find some questions and answers about the changes.

No, not at this time. On May 4, a new health care bill called the American Health Care Act (AHCA), was approved by the House. The AHCA is intended to change some aspects of the current Affordable Care Act. However, the new bill has additional legislative and administrative processes remaining, including review by the Senate. 

As an Ambetter member, your health plan benefits and any financial help you may be receiving to lower your monthly premium amount, are currently in effect for 2017. We encourage you to continue utilizing your coverage as you have been and paying your monthly premium if you have a premium payment to ensure you don’t have any gaps in coverage.

We will contact Ambetter members if there are any changes. Please check back for additional updates. 

At this time, most Americans still need to have health insurance and could pay a tax penalty if they do not have coverage.

Yes, you should continue paying your monthly premium payments on time to ensure you don’t have any gaps in coverage. Ambetter offers a variety of easy ways to pay including online, phone, MoneyGram and mail. Learn More.

Please continue to visit our website for up-to-date and accurate information on any changes to the Affordable Care Act, and plans offered on the Health Insurance Marketplace (Healthcare.gov).