A national alliance working to improve America’s health care by pushing for affordable health care for all Americans.
A non-profit group of businesses, health providers, associations, insurance carriers, and individuals from across Nebraska who believe in the establishment of a state-based Health Insurance Exchange.
The Department of Insurance’s page for explaining health insurance rate increases.
Health care coverage for qualified children developed by the State of Nebraska. It includes both the Children‚Äôs Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and the Nebraska Medical Assistance Program (also known as Medicaid).
DHHS administers the Medicaid Program which provides health care services to eligible elderly and disabled individuals and eligible low-income pregnant women, children and parents.
Consumer health assistance from the state of Nevada.
A group of host organizations who come together to discuss issues impacting Nevadans health care.
NHHP made available individual health insurance to New Hampshire residents who were considered medically uninsurable or who otherwise qualified based on federal and state guidelines (the State High Risk Pool).
The federal and state funded program that serves needy individuals and families who meet financial and other eligibility requirements and certain other individuals who lack adequate resources to pay for medical care.
Provides access to affordable, quality health and dental coverage to uninsured children and teens in New Hampshire.
Working for quality of health care for all who live in New Jersey.
1-888-654-3893 — A free program that helps consumers access affordable, quality health care and effectively navigate the often complex health insurance system, sponsored by CitizenAction Education Fund.
Information for health insurance consumers from the State of New Jersey.
Dedicated to common sense solutions to ensure that every New Jerseyan can get the care they need when they need it.
The New Jersey Legislature in 1992 created two programs to guarantee access to health coverage for individuals and small employers, regardless of health status, age, claims history, or any other risk factor.
Medicaid provides health insurance to parents/caretakers and dependant children, pregnant women, and people who are aged, blind or disabled. These programs pay for hospital services, doctor visits, prescriptions, nursing home care and other healthcare needs, depending on what program a person is eligible for.
Provides information health insurance for citizen’s of New Jersey.
The Medicaid assistance division of the New Mexico state government.
The New Mexico Medical Insurance Pool (NMMIP) was established by the 1987 New Mexico State Legislature to provide access to health insurance coverage to residents of New Mexico who are denied health insurance and considered uninsurable.
Provides convenient access to consumers to reliable insurance products which are underwritten by dependable and financially sound companies.
No cost or low cost health coverage for children under 19 years old. If your household income is less than 185% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, health care services are provided to your child at no cost. If your household income is between 185% – 235% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, some of the health care services your child receives may require that you make a co-payment at the time each service is provided.
A comprehensive list of health insurance programs administered by the State of New York.
Health insurance plan for kids. Depending on your family’s income, your child may be eligible to join either Children’s Medicaid or Child Health Plus .
An organization devoted to expanding health insurance coverage, increasing access to high-quality health care services, and improving public and community health. NYSHealth was established by the State of New York with charitable funds from the privatization of Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield.
Provides information on the price of medical care in New Hampshire. Developed by the New Hampshire Insurance Department and the Commissioner’s Advisory Committee on Health Insurance.
Low cost or no cost health insurance program from the State of New Jersey kids and certain low-income parents.
For families who make too much money to qualify for Medicaid but too little to afford rising health insurance premiums so they are able to get free or reduced price comprehensive health care for their children.
An independent, not-for-profit, statewide news organization dedicated to covering health care in North Carolina
The trade group for health care providers in North Carolina.
Serves about 20 percent of the state’s population, whose low income prevents them from purchasing health insurance in the private market.
The State Health Officer’s comprehensive site for health care information for state residents.
Health insurance topics of interest to North Dakotans.
Information on the federal and state funded Medicaid program for North Dakotans.