The Federally-facilitated Marketplace is administered by the federal government, under the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
The Federally-facilitated Marketplace is essentially a marketplace for individuals to shop for health insurance if they do not already have insurance coverage from another source. If individuals have insurance from another source such as employment, retirement benefits, or spousal benefits, they do not need to obtain it from the Marketplace.
Providers must contract with each of the Qualified Health Plans offered in the marketplace individually to participate fully in the Federally-facilitated Marketplace.
This process is similar to enrolling in insurance or managed care organization provider networks. See below the list of insurers participating in the Federally-facilitated Marketplace, and information about contacting them.
Visit our Provider Resources Section for more specific instructions to assist you in contacting health plans. Learn More: Health Reform & My Practice
Qualified Health Plans Participating In the Exchange:
Below is a list of the Qualified Health Plans that have publically announced that they will offer plans in the Federally-facilitated Marketplace.
New Jersey has established Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield as the “benchmark” plan.
This list is being routinely updated, and may change as insurers join or drop out of the exchange. Please check back for updates.
AmeriHealth New Jersey
Health Republic Insurance of New Jersey
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
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