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In 2021, Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative, Molina Healthcare, WPS/Arise and Health Partners Robin Oak are the health insurance plans offered through the healthcare marketplace that include Aurora Health Care. When you choose a plan that’s part of our network, you’ll get continued access to Aurora – including the doctors, medical technology and compassionate care you know and trust.
If you’re 65 or older, you’ll want to sign up for Medicare, the federal program for health insurance coverage. Note Medicare isn’t offered through the Health Insurance Exchange. To see if you’re eligible for Medicare or for enrollment details, visit CMS.gov.
You deserve exceptional care – such as more choices and locations for primary and specialty care. When you choose a health insurance plan that includes Aurora, you’ll be able to count on extended hours – evening and Saturday appointments, plus video visits and e-visits – for your convenience. We’re using the latest technologies to expand your access to health care.
Benefits like our LiveWell with Advocate Aurora Health app allow you to easily schedule appointments, view test results and other health information, and even pay your bills online – anytime, anywhere.
Aurora is part of Advocate Aurora Health, one of the top 10 health systems in the country. We’re redefining the standard for care with world-class doctors and caregivers, innovative solutions, outstanding outcomes, and leading-edge research and clinical trials.
The annual Marketplace open enrollment period is Nov. 1 to Dec. 15. However, just like with private insurance, you may be able to enroll outside of open enrollment if you experience a qualifying life event.
These special enrollment periods may include: