Tools to Help You

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Shopping for health insurance can be confusing. Use these links to learn more and find help.

Compare Plans and Any Subsidies

Click here to compare each plan available to you

  • Estimated average total cost (premium, after any subsidy, and all out-of-pocket costs for copayments, deductibles, etc.) for people like you–same number of family members, ages, health status, etc.
  • Cost if you have a bad year with high health care usage.
  • Which doctors and hospitals you would like will be available in each plan.
  • Quality of care and customer service in each plan.

Calculators

Find out if you can get help paying for health insurance and how much you can save.

There are calculators for you, your family, or your small business.

Educational Materials

Read, download, and print information for yourself, your friends, family, or employees.

Click here to see the materials we have.

Educational & Enrollment Events

Looking for more ways to sign up for health insurance? Interested in learning more about new health insurance options?

Click here for a list of events.

Find In-Person Help Near You

Click here to find help signing up for the Missouri Health Insurance Marketplace at a place near you.

Helpful Phone Numbers

Our Cover Missouri Call Center is open. Call 1-800-466-3213 to find free local help to get your questions answered.

A toll-free call center is also available from healthcare.gov 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Individuals and families can call 1-800-318-2596 (TTY: 1-855-889-4325) to talk to a person who can help. A can call 1-800-706-7893 (TTY: 1-800-706-7915).

Protect Yourself From Fraud

Click here for tips to protect your personal information.

Further Reading

Click here for information and websites to learn more about the health care system and health reform.

Small business

Under the Affordable Care Act, a small business is a for-profit or nonprofit business with 50 or fewer full-time equivalent employees.