ADIRONDACK REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Health Insurance Open Enrollment Ends January 31: AHI Offers Free Enrollment Assistance


Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on Jan. 3.

The deadline to enroll in affordable health insurance coverage through the NY State of Health Marketplace is fast approaching as Open Enrollment ends on January 31. Adirondack Health Institute is offering free enrollment assistance services to individuals, families and small business owners in Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Saratoga, Warren, and Washington counties to meet the deadline and is strongly encouraging the public to make a free appointment today, rather than waiting until the last moment.

“Our Enrollment Specialists provide no-cost, unbiased assistance to help clients determine their best health insurance coverage options,” explained Joyce Porter, AHI’s Enrollment Assistance Services and Education (EASE) Program Manager. “Our team makes the process extremely easy, guiding clients and answering all questions along the way. Those who have never had coverage are especially grateful for our assistance as we make things less confusing and intimidating.”

“We would like to thank (AHI Enrollment Specialist) Kathleen (Dorvee) for going above and beyond for getting us health insurance,” said Cindy Campopiano of Glens Falls. “We truly appreciate all the help given to our family as we begin to navigate unsteady waters in 2019.”

Individuals may call AHI’s toll-free number, 1-866-872-3740, or visit http://www.ahihealth.org/ease/appointment-request/ to schedule a no-cost appointment with an Enrollment Specialist.

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Source: Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce

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