Health Care

Get Covered: 2015 Open Enrollment

Starting November 15, 2014 through February 15, 2015, you can enroll in an affordable health plan that works for you on Healthcare.gov or call 1-800-318-2596.

See Plans & Prices and Get Ready to Enroll

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How to Apply & Enroll:

Want to get ready to fill out your application?

Use this checklist to gather the documents you’ll need to apply (PDF).

Have questions about 2015 coverage or need help enrolling?

Contact the Marketplace Call Center 24/7 or get in-person help in Wisconsin.

Are already enrolled and want to shop around, see if you qualify for different premium assistance, change your personal information, or change your plan for 2015?

Visit HealthCare.gov under the “Keep or Change Your Plan” section. 

Dates & Deadlines:

November 15, 2014: Open Enrollment starts -- the first day you can apply for 2015 coverage.

December 15, 2014: For your coverage to start January 1, 2015, you must enroll by this date.

December 31, 2014: Date when all 2014 Marketplace coverage ends, no matter when you enrolled.

January 1, 2015: If you apply by December 15, 2014, or if you accept automatic enrollment in your 2014 plan or a similar plan, your 2015 coverage will begin on this date.

February 15, 2015: The last day to enroll in 2015 coverage. If you miss this deadline, you can’t sign up for a health plan inside or outside the Marketplace for the rest of 2015. The only exception is if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period.

Medicaid, CHIP, and SHOP – apply any time


Have questions? Get answers.

Get quick answers about Obamacare and the Health Insurance Marketplace

Talk to someone 24/7 by calling 1-800-318-2596. You can also find local help to get your questions answered and the support you need.


Better options, better value, better health, and a stronger Medicare program

Since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, health care reforms have already made an empowering impact on the lives of many Wisconsinites - providing better options, better value, better health and a stronger Medicare program for the people of this state.

Find out more about what the Affordable Care Act means for you:



How the Health Care Law is Making a Difference for the People of Wisconsin

“Since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, health care reforms have already made an empowering impact on the lives of many Wisconsinites who are today getting better value for their dollars. As a result of moving America’s new health care law forward, Wisconsinites now have health security through their new benefits, protections against discrimination based on pre-existing conditions, and a stronger Medicare program that includes free preventive care and lower out-of-pocket costs for prescription drugs.

Our state has a proud tradition of advancing health care reforms and I am committed to making sure that America’s new health care law works for Wisconsin and working across party lines to make it better. Wisconsin has always taken the path of leadership in advancing health care reforms that serve as models for the rest of the country. It’s time to seize the opportunity to take that path once again. It’s time to move health care reform forward and put progress for Wisconsin ahead of politics.”

--- U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin


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