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Open Enrollment begins

November 15, 2014

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Our mission is to provide health insurance to the JA community.

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The next Open Enrollment Period for health insurance isn't until November 15th, but if you would like to enroll before then, you may qualify under the Special Enrollment Period.

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I'm Turning Age 65

You can begin to save money on health coverage now that you are eligible for Original Medicare, but you should know that Medicare is just a start, and was never designed to cover everything. We can help you find a plan that best suits your budget and needs.
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Small Business

Although you are not required by the new law to provide health insurance to your employees, often it is a good business decision to do so. We can get you through the quoting process quickly, as well as provide advice on what best suits your business.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • When is the next open enrollment?

    The next open enrollment begins on November 15th 2014, ending on February 15, 2015. However, you will need to enroll by December 15th if you want your new health plan to become effective on January 1st, 2015.
  • Can I get enrolled outside of Open Enrollment?

    Maybe. Outside of the open enrollment period, you can enroll or change your health insurance coverage only if you have experienced a situation known as a triggering event. For example, getting married, having a baby, or losing coverage because you lose your job. During this Special Enrollment Period, you’ll have 60 days from the date of the triggering event to change, or apply for health care coverage.
  • Why use JA Health Insurance Services for enrollment?

    We have been serving the Japanese American community for nearly 50 years, and a portion of operating income is used for programs that benefit the Japanese American community. The staff are licensed insurance agents but not paid commissions, and there are no additional costs for our services.