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NChealthconnector is built to empower residents of North Carolina to find and enroll in plans offered under the Affordable Care Act. As an independent health insurance agent, our assistance is provided free of charge!


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Use our enrollment platform to access tax credits, and choose a plan to enroll in. Our enrollment platform saves most people 80% of the time needed to enroll on healthcare.gov!

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We are available year round to answer questions and assist with life changes. Our goal is to provide outstanding service BEYOND the initial signup process!

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Keeping you up to date on North Carolina Health Insurance news!

Humana North Carolina: UPDATE

Quick Tuesday Humana North Carolina update: According to our sources, Humana will be offering 2016 North Carolina health insurance plans thru the health insurance marketplace in 2 metro areas: Charlotte and Winston Salem. We believe Humana may provide a viable alternative for Charlotte area residents who may have experienced network issues in 2015. Humana may […]

4 Aug, 2015 jtdickerson


Great news for hard working North Carolina residents who purchased insurance through the Marketplace! Per the AP: “The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the nationwide tax subsidies under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, in a ruling that preserves health insurance for millions of Americans.”

25 Jun, 2015 jtdickerson

BCBC-NC 26% rate increase filed for 2016 marketplace plans!

The biggest health insurance news in North Carolina this week is the recent press around Bluecross Blueshield of North Carolina filing a BCBS-NCĀ 26% rate increase for 2016 ACA plans. A detailed overview of these filings can be viewed at at www.ratereview.healthcare.gov or by clicking here. Who will this affect? These rate increases will likely affect […]

10 Jun, 2015 jtdickerson