Aetna offers free health insurance coverage to consumers under Obamacare plan
Consumers have access to free insurance coverage through an Affordable Care Act health care law that allows them to buy insurance at a discount.
Insurers will provide coverage for a wide range of health benefits under the law, including preventive services, maternity care, mental health and prescription drugs.
The program is set to end Jan. 1.
The Federal Government says it’s paying for the coverage, which will cost about $1,300 a year for individuals, $1-1,400 for families and $2,300 for small businesses.
Insurance is provided through the state and local government marketplaces that offer consumers insurance options through state agencies and private insurers.
The Affordable Care Amendment allows consumers to buy health insurance on their own through the government and private exchanges.
The health care act also allows the government to buy plans from insurers.
The Affordable Care act also makes it easier for people to shop for health insurance and provides more choices for consumers.
For some consumers, the new health insurance program may be the first step toward buying insurance.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said it will continue to monitor the impact of the law on the marketplace and its enrollment numbers.
The new insurance program comes after months of controversy over the Affordable Care Bill, which Congress passed in 2010.
In addition to allowing people to buy their own health insurance through the federal government, the law also requires health insurance companies to cover preventive services and maternity care.
The American Health Care Act includes several other changes to the health care system, including allowing employers to sell insurance across state lines and a ban on high-risk pools, which are designed to protect health insurers from high-cost individuals with preexisting conditions.