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Individual Health Insurance — 2017 Open Enrollment

The 2017 Open Enrollment period for Individual Medical Health Insurance begins on Nov. 1, 2016, and runs through Jan. 31, 2017 for coverage dates starting on January 1, 2017 or later. Insurers are required to provide guarantee issue coverage for individual medical health plans, meaning they are not able to underwrite, deny coverage, or attach riders to policies for consumers with pre-existing conditions.

Get the plan that's Right for You

The Affordable Care Act established a requirement for individuals to own qualified health insurance, with some exceptions, or be subject to a possible tax penalty. All qualified plans sold on or off a Federally-Facilitated or State-Based Marketplace (exchange) must provide Essential Health Benefits.

Through a marketing alliance with Blue Cross Blue Shield1,select State Farm® agents can help educate and guide you through the new insurance requirements, help estimate if you may be eligible for a government subsidy, and help sign you up for a 2017 Individual Medical health policy.

For the 2017 Open Enrollment period, Individual Medical Insurance is available in the following states* through an authorized State Farm agent's office:  CA, CO, CT, GA, ID, IL, IN, ME, MI, MO, MT, NM, NV, NY OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI.

*Blue Cross Blue Shield policies will not be available through local State Farm offices in some counties of these states, please contact your local State Farm agent to confirm availability.

To learn more about Individual Medical Health Insurance, simply select your state above, then click on "Go."

State Farm is not financially responsible for products issued by the alliance insurance carrier and the alliance carrier is not an affiliate of State Farm.

1Blue Cross Blue Shield Association is an association of independent Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies. Blue Cross Blue Shield Association is not a health insurance company and does not sell health insurance. Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance is provided by your local, independent Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies and is marketed through authorized State Farm agents. Neither State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company nor any of its subsidiaries or affiliates are financially responsible for these products.