Across the country, in-person assisters are helping consumers sort out their new health insurance options and enroll in coverage.
We know how much of a difference they can make. In the most recent open enrollment period, people who got in-person assistance were nearly 60 percent more likely to successfully get covered.
And centralized scheduling tools make it easier for consumers to find and make appointments for help. One such tool is the Get Covered Connector, which people can use to find local assistance and schedule an appointment.