Resource groups, the largest health insurance program in the U.S., offer insurance to low-income people, the elderly and other people with special needs, but they are limited to low income and Medicaid-eligible residents.
One option is the National Health Insurance Exchange, or NHIE, which offers coverage to residents and employers of any size, but only a limited number of employers are eligible.
The exchange also allows people to buy insurance across state lines.
Another option is Health Care Exchange Network, or HCEN, a group of insurers, which offer health insurance to people in the same states, but have different requirements for residents and businesses.
In some cases, the federal government provides assistance to cover people who are enrolled in the exchange.
The most recent numbers available from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services show that a record number of people are enrolled for a total of more than 2.4 million Americans.
In 2019, the average cost of coverage was $2,933 per enrollee per month, according to the Centers.
To get the most out of your health insurance, get the lowest price possible.
The cheapest plan available at a health insurance exchange, for example, can be up to 10 percent more expensive than the average premium on a nationwide health plan.
Here are some tips on how to figure out the best health insurance rate.
The best health plans for a low- or moderate-income resident