But did you also know that you don't need to go through the government's website at all in order to get insurance? Thanks to the new insurance regulations, no insurance company can deny you due to pre-existing conditions. It might be worth your time to talk to a private insurance broker who can tell you prices on insurance plans that aren't offered on the healthcare.gov website.
If you are leave your job or for some reason your insurance is terminated, that can be what's known as a "qualifying event" and you don't have to wait for the open enrollment period to get new insurance. You can sign up at healthcare.gov or through other insurance plans anytime if that is your situation.
Here at The Foster Law Firm, I always tell my clients, I can't get you Social Security disability without medical records. You're going to have to go to the doctor. It's really difficult to go to the doctor without insurance. If you missed out the first time, make sure you don't this time around. There's tax penalties this year if you don't have insurance. Make sure you are covered and start looking at your options today!