Health insurance marketplaces (also known as Exchanges) are organized markets for buying health insurance. They offer a choice of different health
plans, certify plans that participate and provide information to help consumers better understand their options. Through the marketplace, individuals
and families are able to shop for coverage if they need to buy health insurance on their own. Premium and cost-sharing subsidies are available
through the marketplace to reduce the cost of coverage for individuals and families, based on their income. Individuals and families with very low
incomes are able to find out at the marketplace if they may be eligible for coverage through Medicaid and CHIP.
If you are unable to purchase healthcare through your employer, visit the following website for options.