JACKSON, Miss., Nov. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Open enrollment is underway for Magnolia Health's Health Insurance Marketplaceproduct, Ambetter, in Mississippi for 2018. Ambetter from Magnolia Health will be available in all 82 counties in the state of Mississippi.
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This year, Ambetter from Magnolia Health offers a variety of benefits and plan designs. Mississippians may also be eligible for government tax credits to help reduce monthly premium amounts, including plans with a $0 premium. To find out if you qualify and to connect with a local agent, visit ambetter.magnoliahealthplan.com.
Magnolia Health has been serving the state of Mississippi since 2011 and currently serves 349,000 members through its Medicaid, CHIP, Marketplace and Medicare Advantage plans.
The Health Insurance Marketplace open enrollment period concludes on Dec. 15, 2017. Mississippi citizens interested in learning more about Ambetter from Magnolia Health or signing up during the open enrollment period may visit ambetter.magnoliahealthplan.com.
About Magnolia Health
Magnolia Health is a long-term solution to help the state of Mississippi enhance care for Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) recipients, while most effectively managing taxpayer dollars. A physician-driven, Mississippi-based Coordinated Care Organization (CCO), Magnolia is backed by its parent company, Centene Corporation (Centene). Centene has more than 30 years of experience in Medicaid, CHIP and other government-funded programs such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and long-term care. For more information about Magnolia, visit www.magnoliahealthplan.com.
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