We are NC Health connector

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!


Learn about plan details such as carrier, networks, prescription drug formularies and other insurance terminology.


Use our sorting tools to compare plan prices and high level benefits such as deductibles, copays, and coinsurance.

Get Enrolled

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!

Stay informed

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!

Latest Blog

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

Breaking 2017 NC Marketplace news!

Based on information just released by the North Carolina Department of insurance, we have learned some brand new information for plan year 2017 on the North Carolina Marketplace. Highlights: BCBS-NC is requesting a rate increase on average of 18.8%. Currently, BCBS-NC has filed for all 100 counties in North Carolina, but final decision will be […]

1 Jun, 2016 jtdickerson

CIGNA to enter North Carolina marketplace for 2017?

According to a recent article¬†by WFAE, the Charlotte NC NPR affiliate, we have learned that CIGNA may be entering the North Carolina health insurance marketplace for 2017! This is great news for North Carolina residents. We must note, however, that according to the article, CIGNA exchange plan offerings may only be available in the Raleigh […]

31 May, 2016 jtdickerson


Great news for Georgia health insurance consumers today! Per a CMS news release today, we have learned that for 2015, switching plans resulted in significant savings for Marketplace consumers, including Georgia residents! Full-year enrollees saved nearly $400 on premiums after tax credits for the same level of coverage in 2015 Health and Human Services Secretary […]

28 Oct, 2015 jtdickerson