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Get the health coverage you need for 2021 during the Special Enrollment Period.

Now until May 15, you can get enrolled in a health insurance plan — or change your current one — without proof of a qualifying life event.* See if your state is participating here.

*Certain restrictions apply.

Find a plan that best fits your needs.

Get coverage in a few easy steps:

  1. Answer three easy questions about yourself.
  2. Add dependents or primary physicians to check if they're in-network.
  3. Review plans and choose the one that best fits your needs.
  4. Create your account and complete checkout to lock in coverage.

80% of people choose the wrong health insurance plan.* But not on our watch.

Our digital portal gives you access to hundreds of plans, from national to regional carriers, to make the most informed choice for you and your family.

Even if you’re happy with your current plan — what if you could find the same level of coverage for less? A few minutes searching could bring you more peace of mind (and cash in your wallet).

Get started and see for yourself.

*Johnson, Hassin, Baker, Bajger, Treurer, 2013.

What are the checkups you need for your age group?

If you’re not sure which doctor to go to (and when), this guide can help.


  • Get an annual physical (or checkup) every year, if you don’t already. Establishing a primary care doctor in your 20s can help detect any changes in your health year after year.
  • Visit your dentist twice a year and eye doctor once a year.
  • Get a skin check with a dermatologist at least once.
  • With all the change your 20s can bring, checking in with a therapist can do wonders for your mental health.


Consider adding more specialized care visits to your schedule.

  • Meet with an allergist to test for food or other allergies.
  • Get checked out by an endocrinologist, specializing in hormonal conditions like diabetes, thyroid issues, and metabolic disorders.
  • Consult with a fertility doctor, if applicable.


Make sure to continue visiting your primary care physician, dentist, and eye doctor annually, as well as any other recommended checkups with specialty care providers.

  • Unless you have a reason to go earlier, this would be a good time to begin visiting a cardiologist.
  • Women should start yearly mammograms in their 40s (or earlier).


This is a critical time in your life, and for your health. Continue your routine visits, and consider adding:

  • A PSA test (what doctors use to screen for prostate cancer in men) every two years.
  • A colonoscopy every 10 years, for those adults with average risk.
  • One baseline hearing test with an audiologist to help detect any changes in hearing moving forward.


Maintaining a proactive care schedule can keep your health in check and medical costs low. These are some routine tests to prioritize:

  • A blood pressure check.
  • A blood test for lipids (your cholesterol levels).
  • A bone density scan.

With health insurance, preventive care visits are usually free. And if you visit an in-network doctor, specialized care is more affordable. To learn more about health plans, click below.

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