Starting today, consumers can preview 2022 health plans and prices at the federally facilitated Health Insurance Marketplace. Open enrollment for 2022 Marketplace plans begins Nov. 1 and runs through Jan. 15. For coverage to start Jan. 1, consumers generally need to choose a plan by Dec. 15, CMS said. For the 2022 plan year, 213 issuers will offer coverage through the federally facilitated Marketplace, 32 more than last year, according to a new CMS report on 2022 health plans and premiums in the federally facilitated Marketplace. Consumers in states operating their own Marketplace platform can also enroll in a 2022 plan starting Nov. 1. For more on 2022 open enrollment, see the CMS fact sheet

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