We need health care


Starting November 1 2021 and running through January 15 2022, you can sign up for health coverage at HealthCare.gov. Financial help is available. Most people can find a plan for less than $75 per month.

Already have health insurance? We need your help to get the word out about the open enrollment period. Talk to your friends and family to make sure they’re covered.


Get America Covered is a non-profit helping people looking for affordable health insurance get covered and stay covered. We’re here to help people enroll in health coverage and those who are helping other people sign up.

Before starting Get America Covered, we ran outreach and public education for HealthCare.gov. Now, we’re taking everything we learned about how to reach people with the information they need to help more people enroll.

There’s not much time to sign up for coverage—the Open Enrollment Period begins November 1 and ends January 15. So we’re helping to get the word out, and we hope you’ll join us.

HealthCare.gov—or your state based marketplace—is the only place required by law to exclusively offer plans that provide comprehensive coverage that protects when you need it the most.

Your HealthCare.gov plan guarantees that your care can’t be denied because of a pre-existing condition or an annual limit. The plans cover everything from your prescription drugs and check-ups to maternity coverage and hospitalizations.


Lori served as Director of Communications at Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services where she led outreach and public education for HealthCare.gov during the second and third open enrollments. This included overseeing everything from the consumer facing part of HealthCare.gov to the outreach campaigns to the call center. Her primary focus was on the consumer – and doing everything possible to make sure people had a smooth experience from start to finish. She now serves as Executive Director of Climate Power.


Josh served as Chief Marketing Officer for the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight and the Office of Communications at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services where he was responsible for the enrollment and retention of HealthCare.gov consumers. This included overseeing outreach and education efforts across every consumer touch point for HealthCare.gov. He is now Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Engagement at U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).


Laura is a stage 4 cancer survivor and small business owner, and the health insurance coverage she obtained through the Affordable Care Act saved her life. She is the founder of Health Care Voices, a non-profit organizing adults with serious medical conditions, and serves as executive director of Health Care Voter.