The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services plans in late March to launch at the federally facilitated health insurance marketplace a new monthly special enrollment period for consumers with household incomes below 150% of the federal poverty level who aren’t eligible for Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program. The marketplace intends to phone or email previous applicants who may be eligible for the new SEP, which was included last September in a final rule for health insurance issuers and marketplaces. Applicants also may contact the Marketplace Call Center at 800-318-2596 for enrollment help. 

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