Now that you’re enrolled in a health plan for 2019, you can use your new coverage for regular and emergency care, prescription drugs, and preventive care.
Getting regular & emergency care
- You usually pay the lowest costs for services when you see a doctor who has a contract with your health plan. Visit your health plan’s website and check their provider directory to see which doctors are covered.
- In an emergency, you should get care from the closest hospital. Your insurance company can’t charge you more for getting emergency room services at an out-of-network hospital.
Getting prescription medications
- Your health plan will help pay the cost of certain prescriptions. Visit your insurer’s website or review your plan’s Summary of Benefits and Coverage to see which prescriptions are covered by your new Marketplace plan.
- Different health plans allow you to get your medications from different pharmacies. Call your insurance company or visit their website to find out if your regular pharmacy is in-network.
Getting free preventive care
- Marketplace health plans cover a set of preventive services— like shots and screening tests — at no cost to you.
- These services are free only when delivered by a doctor or other provider in your plan’s network.
- Check out the preventive services for all adults, women, and children.