Individual & Family Health
With the passage of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), there are a whole myriad of questions surrounding health insurance:

Do I qualify for coverage?
Is it mandatory I get health insurance?
Will I been penalized if I don't get insurance?
Will I qualify for a subsidy?
What kind of plans are out there?

Let us assist you in answering these questions! 
IFP Health Questionnaire.pdf
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Group Health
Generally, group health insurance is provided by employers to employees and their families. Employers provide these benefits with the understanding that a healthy workforce is a productive one and as part of their overall compensation to their employees.  Depending on the number of employees, insurance carriers categorize the employer groups into either small or large.  Employers with 101+ "fulltime equivalents" would be considered large, and those under the threshold of 100 would be small. 

Covered California is developing a marketplace specifically designed for small businesses with 1 to 100 eligible employees.  SHOP or Small Business Health Options Plan will be that marketplace for small businesses.  Let us assist you in preparation of this critical event.
Group Health Census Form.pdf
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​Covered California
When it comes to health insurance, there are two options. You can buy it directly from an insurer, such as Anthem Blue Cross, Kaiser or Aetna (Off Exchange).  Or you can buy it through the state or federal Health Insurance Marketplace (On Exchange). 

The Affordable Care Act ensures: 
• Your coverage is guaranteed,  regardless of your health.
• There are no lifetime dollar limits on covered services.
• You get preventive care at no additional cost.

Financial help is available. Starting in 2014, the federal government will help some Americans pay for a part of, or in some cases, all of their health insurance premium.  This is called a subsidy. To be eligible, you cannot have  affordable coverage through an employer or qualify for coverage through Medicare or Medicaid, and your household income must be below 400% of the federal poverty level.  You must have health insurance coverage for 10 months out of 12 to avoid paying a costly penalty. 

Jainnie Yoon
Direct: 213-252-0627
Covered California
Covered CA Health Questionnaire.pdf
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Covered California Fact Sheet English.pdf
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한국어 Covered California Fact Sheet.pdf
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