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Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or "Obamacare", health insurance is available and more affordable for everyone, especially to those with the lowest incomes since it helps subsidize costs. Some of the ways you can obtain health insurance coverage is through the North Carolina exchange, through an employer's plan, public programs like Medicaid and CHIP, directly from a private insurance provider, or through health insurance marketplaces like GoHealth. We partner with over 300+ private insurers to help North Carolina residents compare plans and benefits, and get better health insurance at the lowest cost.

North Carolina residents gain easy access to several choices when it comes to health insurance. Whether you’re self-employed or working for a company without health benefits, you can find the right option for your budget and your coverage needs.

It’s not necessary to live without health coverage and take the risk. With so many North Carolina health insurance options available, you don’t have to risk racking up massive medical bills just because you’re not covered. No matter your situation, there’s a plan to fit your needs.

Healthcare in North Carolina

Finding the right health insurance in North Carolina should be rather easy. With so many options and the ability to compare multiple quotes, you shouldn't have to worry. Before you decide, check out the following stats about health care coverage in North Carolina and your many insurance options below:

9,948,800

Total North Carolina Residents

11%

North Carolina uninsured residents

671,976

Total North Carolina HMO enrollment

Outline of North Carolina>
$2,098

Avg North Carolina hospital cost per inpatient day (before insurance)

$6,348

Avg annual employee premium in North Carolina employer-sponsored plan (after employer contribution)

Source data according to the Kaiser Family Foundation:

Health Insurance Coverage of the Total Population, states (2017), U.S. (2017); Total HMO Enrollment, January 2016; Average Single Premium per Enrolled Employee;
For Employer-Based Health Insurance, 2017; Hospital Adjusted Expenses per Inpatient Day, 2017