Consumers in most states can now preview 2020 individual market health plans, prices and quality rating information at www.HealthCare.gov. Open enrollment through the federally facilitated exchange and most state exchanges begins Nov. 1 and runs through Dec. 15. For more on 2020 open enrollment, visit www.aha.org/getenrolled and see the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services factsheet and Kaiser Family Foundation 300 FAQs.

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