Find out where the uninsured live in New Jersey:
Health Insurance Marketplace
Exchange Implementation Update
Type of Exchange Planned:
The new New Jersey Health Insurance Marketplace is operated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Visit marketplace.cms.gov to see how you can partner with HHS to help people enroll in the new coverage options in New Jersey.
Federal Support for Enrollment in New Jersey:
- New Jersey has received a total of $8,897,316 from HHS to support establishment of the Health Insurance Marketplace.
- On July 10, 2013, health centers in New Jersey were awarded a total of $3,387,083 to provide outreach and enrollment assistance.
- HHS is planning to provide $1,502,783 to organizations in New Jersey to serve as navigators.
- How Will the Uninsured in New Jersey Fare Under the Affordable Care Act, Kaiser Family Foundation, January 2014
- New Jersey State Health Facts, Kaiser Family Foundation, 2014
- New Jersey Medicaid Moving Forward in 2014, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, 2014
- Helping New Jersey Families Coordinate Transitions and Maintain Coverage When Changing Health Plans. Rutgers Center for State Health Policy, March 2012
Additional State Profiles
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation provides information about what states are doing to create and implement health insurance exchanges, including the status of state action, how their exchanges will be governed and total federal exchange grants.
KidsWell, a state and national advocacy and organizing campaign to ensure successful implementation of health care reform on behalf of children, provides a comprehensive database of state and federal health care reform implementation information.
US News & World Report offers a Health Insurance Guide with information for consumers on how to navigate the marketplace, find appropriate insurance plans, and generally understand the Affordable Care Act.
Last Updated: 7/30/2014