Purchasing Health Insurance on Your Own It may have been quite a while since you last shopped around for health insurance. The majority of Americans receive their coverage from their employer or have Medicare coverage. For those leaving their job, moving to a new area, or losing coverage some other way, looking for a new… Read More


Difference Between Private and Subsidized Insurance As a health insurance broker here, I am often the first stop for people looking for new health plans. Many people are either newly eligible for different coverage, left their employer, or moved here recently. It has often been years since many new clients have shopped around for insurance… Read More


Open Enrollment for 2020 It is that time of the year again. Open enrollment for 2020 is upon us and there is no better time than right now to evaluate your health insurance needs. There can be many reasons why you would want to shop around for new plans. Maybe you are taking a new… Read More


Are you looking for health insurance? You may want to consider Health Plan of Nevada in 2020. United HealthCare owns Health Plan of Nevada. Health Plan of Nevada offers many different types of HMO plans to both individuals and small employers. Also, their headquarters is in Las Vegas. Over the past few years, many people… Read More


Nevada Private Insurance If you are searching for qualified health insurance plans, there are two main sources you will find. For private plans, there are two companies that are offering plans to individuals in Nevada which is Hometown Health and Health Plan of Nevada. The other source of insurance is the health insurance marketplace. This… Read More


On Tuesday, August 14th Nevada Health Link announced their new partnership with GetInsured. GetInsured will take over from Healthcare.gov beginning November 1st of 2019. This will be for plans starting January of 2020. The original online enrollment platform for Nevada Health Link was with Xerox Corporation in 2014. Xerox set up an enrollment platform to… Read More


Prominence Individual Health Medical Insurance here in Reno, Nevada, has made the decision to exit the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange (www.NevadHealthLink.com) and the federal health insurance Exchange Marketplace (www.healthcare.gov) at midnight on December 31st, 2017. This leaves just two health insurance Nevada companies operating on healthcare.gov for 2018 Health Plan of Nevada and Centene (aka… Read More


Healthcare.gov vs. Private Insurance We are happy to announce that every insurance company who is currently offering plans through Healthcare.gov will still be offering plans in 2017. During this 2016 plan year, we have helped our customers with plans from Anthem, Health Plan of Nevada, and Prominence. We can go directly to health insurance companies… Read More


Open Enrollment comes once a year, and it is your chance to make changes to your current health insurance policy or enroll in new coverage. Individuals and families have the option of electing a licensed broker to assist them with complex process of health insurance. Health Benefits Associates is a completely free service for insured members.… Read More


Many Nevada residents need help paying for health insurance. As a result the Affordable Care Act created tax credits that help reduce the cost of insurance for thousands. To be eligible for these tax credits individuals must meet certain requirements including enrolling through Healthcare.gov between November 1st and January 31st. This is the annual Open Enrollment period… Read More