If you do have health insurance, tell your friends, family and coworkers why it's important to #GetCovered
"The bottom line is I'm going to need you, and the country needs you. And a lot of your friends and peers, they may not know that they need you, but if something happens somewhere down the road where they really need to get to a hospital or a doctor, the fact that you have talked to them and gotten them involved is going to make all the difference in the world." — President Obama, 12/4/2013
Right now, millions of Americans have the opportunity to get affordable health coverage that starts on January 1, 2014. Make sure they get covered.
Spread the #GetCovered Message
Whether it's updating your social profile photo, tweeting or posting a story on Facebook, there are visible actions that we can all take right now to spread the word about the importance of getting covered. It takes seconds to do — and it matters.
Update your social profiles to spread the word about the importance of affordable health care:
Tell your network what you think.
Spread the word: Thanks to #Obamacare—insurers can't deny you coverage or charge more due to pre-existing conditions. Healthcare.gov"
Spread the word: Thanks to #Obamacare—young adults can #GetCovered through their parents' plans until they turn 26. Healthcare.gov"
See What People Are Saying
Americans all around the country, both online and offline, are sharing why it's important to #GetCovered — and how the Affordable Care Act is helping them. Check out what they're saying (and then pass it on):
I signed up at Healthcare.gov and I'm going to save $2300 a year on my premium alone — and more, because my deductible will drop from $7500 year to $3000 year. It’s still Blue Cross insurance, and I don’t have to change doctors either. I had a choice of over 30 plans and several different companies.
LUCY from Texas
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