Find a health plan that works for you
Marketplace health insurance: We can help
No matter where you’re at in life, we have health insurance options for you. Maybe you’re recently off your parent’s health insurance plan. Or starting your own business. Or you lost your group coverage. Or you’re getting ready for early retirement. Find your best health plan with our experts’ help.
Find a health plan that works for you
The Marketplace Open Enrollment Period may be over, but COVID-19 has caused hardships for many. That’s why the state exchange has opened a Special Enrollment Period for everyone.
And that’s not all. The recently signed America Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) will make healthcare less expensive and more accessible for many people. Plans available on the Pennie healthcare exchange come with premium tax credits that can lower premium costs for eligible members. Not only does the ARPA increase those tax credits, it also lowers the barriers for eligibility for the 2021 and 2022 tax years. Even if you didn’t previously qualify, you may now benefit from this tax credit.
The COVID-19 SEP runs through Aug. 15, 2021. During this time, you can enroll in options including health insurance for individuals and health insurance plans for families. And remember that this SEP is available to everyone. If you’re a new or current enrollee, you’re eligible to purchase coverage or switch plans, even if you already enrolled during the most recent Open Enrollment Period (OEP). And with unprecedented financial savings, it’s more affordable than ever to enroll in a Geisinger Marketplace health plan.
It makes a difference
- A 40-year-old nonsmoking single woman who lives in Williamsport makes $19,140 per year. Before ARPA, she would have paid $464/month for a silver plan. Now, she’ll pay $0/month for a silver plan.
- A married couple, both 64-year-old non-smokers from Dauphin County, have an annual income of $77,580. Before ARPA, they would have had a monthly payment of around $2,400. Now, at $550/month, their premiums are capped at 8.5% of their income for the benchmark plan (also known as the second-lowest-cost silver plan, or SLCSP).
But don’t take our word for it — use Pennie’s savings calculator to see for yourself.
For plan year 2021, Pennsylvania has transitioned from healthcare.gov to its own state-based health insurance marketplace, Pennie™, where you will enroll in or make changes to your 2021 coverage.
Want to browse our plans? Download our 2021 all plans brochure here.
Get support from our Marketplace team
With our team behind you, getting health coverage is easy. You’ll be enrolling or changing your plan through Pennie, but our team is still here for you and can help make your enrollment process and decision-making as stress-free as possible – especially with ARPA’s new financial changes. Just give us a call at 866-325-8108 or fill out the form below to have a member of our team reach out to you.
Marketplace health insurance offers coverage that works for you
When you have health insurance through Geisinger Marketplace, you’ll have access to:
- Access to quality care, close to home, from both Geisinger and non-Geisinger providers
- Affordable and flexible coverage options with low copay options
- Concierge-type customer care
- Specialists who’ll partner with you throughout your care journey
- Care and coverage from a local name you trust
Finding a health insurance plan doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Our experts are standing by to help you understand your options and find the plan that works best for you.
We offer the quality coverage and the exceptional value you want — in a variety of plans to meet your budget. Geisinger Marketplace plans offer coverage in:
- Adams County
- Berks County
- Blair County
- Bradford County
- Cambria County
- Cameron County
- Carbon County
- Centre County
- Clearfield County
- Clinton County
- Columbia County
- Cumberland County
- Dauphin County
- Elk County
- Fulton County
- Huntingdon County
- Jefferson County
- Juniata County
- Lackawanna County
- Lancaster County
- Lebanon County
- Lehigh County
- Luzerne County
- Lycoming County
- Mifflin County
- Monroe County
- Montour County
- Northumberland County
- Northampton County
- Perry County
- Pike County
- Potter County
- Schuylkill County
- Somerset County
- Snyder County
- Sullivan County
- Susquehanna County
- Tioga County
- Union County
- Wayne County
- Wyoming County
- York County