ACA Information

Preventive Care Information

Special Enrollment Period trigger events

  1. Involuntary loss of coverage
  2. Individual plan renewing outside of the regular open enrollment
  3. Becoming a dependent or gaining a dependent.
  4. Marriage
  5. Divorce
  6. Becoming a United States citizen or lawfully present resident
  7. A permanent move
  8. An error or problem with enrollment
  9. Employer-sponsored plan becomes unaffordable or stops providing minimum value
  10. An income increase that moves you out of the coverage gap
  11. Gaining access to a QSEHRA or Individual Coverage HRA
  12. An income or circumstance change that makes you newly eligible (or ineligible) for subsidies or CSR

Federal Poverty Level Chart

Health Savings Account

2022 HSA contribution limitsUnder 5555 and over
Individual coverage$3,650$4,650
Family coverage$7,300$8,300

The contribution limits for health savings accounts (HSAs) are increasing in 2022. The new limits allow you to save more money on qualified medical expenses. If you qualify to make HSA contributions in 2022, you’ll be able to reduce your current-year tax bill. The more money you contribute to an HSA, the bigger your tax break. 

Common Metro Atlanta Hospital systems

AetnaAmbetterAnthemCareSourceCignaFridayKaiserOscarUnited HealthCare

Please refer to each carrier’s provider directory.