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Our mission:

To improve access to healthcare in America.

Let's start by getting you better health insurance.

For customers, enrolling in a health insurance plan is confusing and difficult, and seemingly small differences between plans can lead to significant out-of-pocket costs or lack of access to critical medicines and even providers. We combine cutting edge technology with good old fashioned friendly expertise to compare hundreds of plans – and find the right one for you.

Founded in 2001

19 years and going strong

Over 5 million

Americans enrolled and counting

Partnered with 300+

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Join the GoHealth family

We want to take care of you so well, we earn the right to become "your guy" (or girl) inside the health insurance world for years to come. Join the family by either providing your info (or simply giving us a call). Remember - we promise to represent you, our member.

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Let us take care of you

Health insurance is too complicated - which is why you should rely on the help from our super knowledgeable, fully licensed, and friendly agents. As one of our members, your personal agent will work with you to get you the right coverage. After understanding your needs, we'll walk through multiple plan options (the pros and cons) and get you enrolled. With a 19 year history, we make this simple and easy.

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And, we'll keep taking care of you

In life, things change. What won't change, your agent will be there for you whenever you need. Have any questions? Even about a claim? We can and will be there to help! Remember - you're a member of the GoHealth family now.

The best part? The whole process is 100% free, with no obligation whatsoever to enroll!

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What makes GoHealth different?

We simplify the difficult and confusing process by offering a large selection of plan choices, honest advice, transparency of plan benefits and fit, assistance accessing available government subsidies, and a great Telecare Team to support you long-term.

What should I consider before choosing a health plan?

  • Total care costs – In addition to your monthly premium, you should also evaluate other out-of-pocket costs like the deductible and out-of-pocket maximum amounts before selecting your health insurance plan. Understanding these will help you determine which plan may be financially right for you.
  • Prescription drug coverage – It’s important to check if the plan you have covers prescription drugs, and on top of that, which specific prescriptions are covered.
  • Additional benefits – Many health insurance plans offer perks for their members. For example, some Medicare Advantage plans include free memberships to gyms. Other plans offer benefits such as virtual doctor visits or even making an appointment online.

Why should I consider Medicare Advantage?

When enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan, you would not only receive the same benefits from Original Medicare, but also additional benefits like dental and vision insurance from the private insurance company you have a plan with. Most plans include additional prescription drug coverage too! Learn More about Medicare Advantage

When can I enroll in coverage?

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  • Open Enrollment Period – For most states, the Open Enrollment Period for major medical insurance is November 1 to December 15 every year. Coverage starts January 1 of the following year.
  • Special Enrollment – In order to get coverage outside of the Open Enrollment Period, you would either need to qualify for Special Enrollment with a life event or be eligible for Medicaid or CHIP.  Certain qualified life events within the past 60 days include moving, having a baby/adopting a child, getting married, getting divorced and losing coverage, change of job status, etc.


  • Initial Enrollment – For most people, you are first eligible for Medicare Part A, B, C, and/or D three months before the month you turn 65, the month you turn 65, and three months after the month you turn 65 - a total of 7 months.
  • Special Enrollment Period (SEP) – After the Initial Enrollment period, your SEP is the time you still have health coverage from an employer or group plan, or the eight months after the month your employer or group plan has ended.
  • General Enrollment Period – January 1 to March 31, every year. Coverage starts July 1 of the same year.
  • Medicare Part C & D Open Enrollment – is from October 15 to December 7, every year. Current Medicare users can use this period to re-evaluate and make changes to their Medicare Advantage (Part C) and Medicare prescription drug plans (Part D). You cannot use Open Enrollment to enroll in Part A and/or Part B for the first time. Coverage starts January 1 of the following year.

If you are unsure if you are eligible to enroll, give us a call, and we can check for you.

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