November 15, 2014.
If you didn't enroll in an insurance plan before March 31, you can still get coverage in 2014 if you meet certain qualifying life events or if you experienced certain complex situations.
Qualifying life events and circumstances include:
If you need to enroll in Medicare, Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
If you've had a recent life event like getting married, having a child, or losing your health insurance.
If you tried and thought you had enrolled, if you were given wrong information and enrolled in the wrong plan, or if you have a medical condition that prevented you from enrolling before the deadline.Learn more about these life events, and short-term coverage ›
If you're ready to enroll, start here or call our trusted partner GoHealth at (855) 487-6960. GoHealth is a licensed insurance advisor that has helped millions shop for health insurance.
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