The job of the Navigator will be to direct you through the morass and sign you up for the insurance most appropriate for your needs. Will everyone need a Navigator? Thank goodness – no.
The majority of people will continue to obtain their health insurance through their employer or Medicare, and their situation will stay the same. Navigators will be of most use to those who currently do not have health insurance, and those who find their health insurance difficult to afford.What will a Navigator do for you?
If you find the process too difficult or are uncertain of your options, Navigators will be available to help you. At this point, I’m not certain when or how they will be available, but the Department of Health and Human Services continues to state that all will be up and running by October 1. We shall see.
What information will a Navigator need from you?
To sign you up for coverage, the Navigator will need to determine a number of items:
The number of people in your family who need coverage
Income information on everyone in the family
Other sources of available coverage, such as through employment
File your return with a step by step walk thourgh of Obamacare. Get the insurance that you need, from finding the lowest cost for the requirements of Obamacare to the best plan for you and your family.
Get the insurance that you need, from finding the lowest cost for the requirements of Obamacare to the best plan for you and your family. File your return with a step by step walk thourgh of Obamacare.
The Affordable Care Act or Obamacare mandates that everyone have health insurance if they can afford it by Janurary 1, 2014. Obamacare is a massive law that changes the entire U.S. health system.