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No insurance is cheap. Even Ocare.

Who is the insurance for? If low income maybe able to get Medicaid health insurance. County Office of aging may help.
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ACA (Affordable Care Act a.k.a. Obamacare). Contact your state to learn how to apply online.
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You can either work ant a company that offers health insurance or if you are not working or have low income, you search within your state to see what offerings they have. Be careful because sometimes you get what you pay for which still is poor coverage.
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You can contact an independent insurance agent for assistance in getting information and advice. There are many out there right now as we head into open enrollment. Also, those with certain incomes may qualify through the Healthcare Marketplace. They have reduced rates for those who qualify. They have a number you can call on their website.
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I don't know but I hope that you share when you find out.
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nursekate - are you a nurse? A friend of mine works for a hospital and he gets full health insurance for his whole family. Not sure if it's all paid for by the hospital, but it sounds like he doesn't have to pay too much if at all.

Many government jobs also come with free health care. Same with some really good companies.
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