News Briefs: More than 14M Sign Up for ACA Plans | Jan. 14, 2022

With the annual open enrollment period for Affordable Care Act marketplace plans about to close, HHS reports that more than 14.2 million people have signed up for plans since the OEP started on Nov. 1, 2021. That figure includes 10 million people selecting or being automatically enrolled in plans on HealthCare.gov through Jan. 12 and 4.2 million on the state-based marketplaces as of Jan. 8. The federal OEP for 2022 plans ends Jan. 15 — making it a month longer than signup periods during the Trump administration. HHS also released a report that detailed how the expansion of premium subsidies under the American Rescue Plan Act has led more customers to choose plans with lower deductibles.

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