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I do not have health insurance.

Beginning in January 2014, every individual is required to have health insurance, and Dean Health Plan is here to help. There are two ways available to purchase insurance; buying direct from Dean with QuickQuote or on the Health Insurance Marketplace (also known as the Exchange). Either location will work for purchasing health insurance but one may work better depending on your situation.

You can also work with an insurance agent. All of the same options and plans will be available to you through an agent. In addition, agents can work with you to understand your situation and help you choose the best plan for you.

Buying Dean on
the Marketplace

This may be right for you if:

  • You qualify for tax credits or subsidies (includes incomes below $46,000 per year for an individual or $94,000 for a family of four)
  • You are currently uninsured
  • You are losing your BadgerCare Plus (Medicaid) coverage
  • You are an American Indian
  • You are under age 30

What is the Marketplace?

Buying Direct from
Dean with QuickQuote

This may be right for you if:

  • Your income is too high to qualify for tax credits or subsidies (income above $46,000 per year for an individual or $94,000 for a family of four based on 2013 levels)
  • You want to use doctors or services within the Dean system/network
  • You are looking for a variety of choices in insurance plans

Buy Direct from Dean Health Plan

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