End of Public Health Emergency
Means Changes in Health Insurance Coverage
In December 2022 Congress passed a law regarding the COVID-19 public health emergency that will cause the State of Maine to conduct a review of every member on MaineCare to determine their ongoing eligibility for coverage. The process will start in April 2023 and a full review must be completed by May of 2024. By the end of the process it is expected that 65,000 to 90,000 individuals will lose MaineCare.
If you are someone impacted by the loss of MaineCare, you will have a 90-day special enrollment period (SEP) before or after your MaineCare ends to purchase a health plan in the private market. You can read additional details on our website.
If you need assistance with this process, we have specialists in our office who can assist you. Call 236-4311 and ask for a member of our benefits team to help you with individual health insurance.
Your Health Insurance Team
The Allen team can also help individuals and families with
- Dental insurance. Click to view your options with Delta Dental.
- Vision insurance.
We can also help with:
- Life Insurance.
- Disability insurance, to provide an income for the one in five people who will become disabled for a year or more before they reach age 65.
Each Allen team member participates in accredited training and has several well-recognized health insurance and employee benefit designations. Our state-of-the-art technology allows us, and our customers, to keep up with the latest news about regulations, compliance, health and wellness resources, communications tools and labor management guidance.
We’re here to help individuals and families navigate the complex array of choices in the health insurance arena, including Medicare.