Ozarks Medical Center and other groups from across Missouri are convening as the
Cover Missouri Coalition, our goal is to promote quality, affordable health coverage for every Missourian.
Members work to build awareness, facilitate enrollment, increase health
insurance literacy, and support Medicaid transformation because they share
the vision of reducing the number of uninsured in Missouri. Ozarks Medical
Center continues to share knowledge and best practices, maximize educational
resources, identify challenges and opportunities, and build inclusive
plans to insure more Missourians.
How can OMC help me find insurance through the Missouri Marketplace?
Ozarks Medical Center has Certified Application Counselors who can answer
questions and help you fill out your application in person. You have several
options to access assistance.
Health Insurance Marketplace
For coverage starting in 2017, the Marketplace open enrollment period
will be November 1, 2016 to January 31, 2017. To buy Marketplace insurance
outside Open Enrollment, you must qualify for a special enrollment period.
For more information call 888-257-8389 or visit us at Ozarks Medical Center.
Call OMC for assistance
Visit OMC for assistance with the Missouri Marketplace
Located in the OMC Patient Accounts Center in Parkway Center at the corner
of Alaska Avenue and Eighth Street. Drop-ins are welcome.
Where can I learn more?
CoverMissouri.org - This site offers Missourians an overview of the state's health insurance
marketplace and the most current information about resources available
Enrollmissouri.org - Enroll Missouri provides a centralized source of information for individuals,
small businesses and others to learn more about the health insurance marketplace,
opportunities for premium assistance to purchase health insurance and more.
Healthcare.gov – Use this interactive tool to find a health insurance plan that
fits your needs. Also,
create an account to prepare for open enrollment in the state's federally-administered
health insurance marketplace. Beginning Oct. 1, Missourians will use the
site to apply for coverage, compare plans and enroll.