Now through Jan. 15, individuals and families can enroll in or change their health coverage options through the Affordable Care Act marketplaces. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services expects four out of five consumers to find plans for $10 or less per month after tax credits. AHA’s #GetCovered page offers resources to help people choose the best coverage for themselves and their families. In a new blog post, Ariel Levin, AHA’s director of coverage policy, emphasizes the importance of coverage and choosing the right plan.

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