Open Enrollment is the time to look again at health and dental insurance. In Vermont, the cost of health care went down for many in 2021. By sharing the message about Open Enrollment, we can give even more Vermonters the opportunity to attain health and well-being without worrying as much about the cost of health insurance. Can you spread the word to your neighbors? If you share the messages on this page, you can help more Vermonters learn how to save money on health insurance. Keep checking back here through Open Enrollment for more materials to share.
- A 2022 Open Enrollment Overview
- An Open Enrollment Poster
- Educational materials
- Sample articles
- Sample social media posts
- Town Hall videos
- Open Enrollment for 2022 Insurance Plans (Two-paragraph article)
- Open Enrollment 2022 Provides More Affordable Health Insurance for many Vermonters (Four-paragraph article)
- 2022 Open Enrollment through Vermont Health Connect (Two-page article)
Sample social media posts
Use the posts below on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter to encourage your followers to visit VermontHealthConnect.gov, like our Vermont Health Connect Facebook page and follow us on @VTHealthConnect. Use our social media graphics and the #GetInsuredVT hashtag to engage in the conversation during Open Enrollment.
- Open Enrollment for 2022 health and dental plans has begun
Vermonters can now enroll in or change plans. Sign up by 12/15 to have insurance starting 1/1/22. Compare health plans and estimate savings at https://t.co/dnDr1X9jsa #GetInsuredVT pic.twitter.com/nOnQUfJLwq— VT Health Connect (@VTHealthConnect) November 1, 2021
- Payment change for 2022 plans through Vermont Health Connect
Attention Vermonters! You will get the first bill for your 2022 plan in mid-December. START paying your insurance company directly. STOP any automatic payments to Vermont Heath Connect. You must apply through https://t.co/dnDr1X9jsa to get financial help. #GetInsuredVT pic.twitter.com/4JsXruUX03— VT Health Connect (@VTHealthConnect) December 1, 2021
- Open Enrollment checklist
What’s the best plan for you? Open Enrollment is the time of year when you can change your plan if you want something different. Check out the Plan Comparison Tool @ https://t.co/dnDr1X9jsa for more. Send all 2022 premium payments directly to your insurance company. #GetInsuredVT pic.twitter.com/4yVCnaQjVd— VT Health Connect (@VTHealthConnect) November 22, 2021
- Check out the Plan Comparison Tool for 2022 Health Plans
Not sure which plan to choose? Check out the 2022 Plan Comparison Tool at https://t.co/dnDr1X9jsa. Make side-by-side comparisons to help you decide which plan is best for you. Remember, when it’s time to pay, you’ll pay your insurance company directly. #GetInsuredVT pic.twitter.com/0lWk8bhr6e— VT Health Connect (@VTHealthConnect) November 9, 2021
- Open Enrollment Town Halls
Are you getting ready to choose your health and dental insurance for next year? 2022 Open Enrollment is coming. Now is the perfect time to consider your options. Bring your questions to one of our Open Enrollment Town Halls. The first one is on 10/27! #GetInsuredVT pic.twitter.com/98VPCEOa2o— VT Health Connect (@VTHealthConnect) October 20, 2021
The third Town Hall builds on the first two events. DVHA staff and guests will go deeper on key plan selection questions. What do the different "metal" level offer me? How do I choose between a Standard, Plus, Select, or Preferred plan? Or between a standard deductible plan or a HDHP/CDHP? Do I want to add a dental plan?
Join us on-line to find out how you can explore your options and sign up for a plan that meets your needs. Tell Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont, MVP Health Care®, and Northeast Delta Dental what matters to you most. Hear from fellow Vermonters how they choose a health plan. Ask your questions before the event on the link below.
- When: Wednesday, December 8 at 12pm
- Where: https://bit.ly/2022VHC3
The second Town Hall continued with the basics of what to know about Open Enrollment and aimed to help Vermonters make informed decisions about their health insurance. The hosts discussed decision-making resources available on-line, by phone, and throughout Vermont communities. A certified Assister joined the discussion and encouraged Vermonters who want local help to book an appointment soon. Includes Q&A.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont and MVP Health Care® give a detailed summary of health plans offered through Vermont Health Connect. Try our Plan Comparison Tool to find out if you qualify for financial help, and to see estimates of the total cost of each plan choice. Find more about qualified health plans - including brochures, and summaries of benefits and coverage.
The first Town Hall covered the basics of health insurance - important Open Enrollment dates, definitions, financial help, the change to where monthly premiums are sent, and more. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont, MVP Health Care®, and Northeast Delta Dental gave overviews of 2022 health and dental plans offered through Vermont Health Connect. Includes Q&A.