The health care law allows states to offer a wide range of health insurance options.

It’s up to them to decide whether to offer coverage or not.

But there are still some details that will need to be worked out.

Here are some key points to consider when it comes to health insurance coverage:What is covered under Medicare?

Under Medicare, you must buy your own health insurance and pay your premiums through a federal program called Medicare Advantage.

You may be eligible for Medicare if you’re 65 or older and you meet certain other eligibility requirements, but you don’t need to buy your insurance on the open market.

There are no limits on the amount of coverage that you can receive.

You can purchase your own insurance through your job or through the state.

For a list of the kinds of coverage Medicare provides, see the Medicare FAQs page.

What are the health insurance requirements for people with pre-existing conditions?

The Affordable Care Act requires all individuals with pre “pre-existing condition” (or chronic) conditions to have health insurance.

It also requires all employers to cover certain preventive care, like prescription drugs and hospitalization.

In addition, the law prohibits discrimination based on pre-existing conditions and requires employers to offer insurance coverage to their workers with pre-, pre- and post-existing health conditions.

It requires employers with more than 50 employees to offer health insurance to the full-time equivalent of at least 40% of the workforce.

But there’s more to the law than that.

The law requires states to establish a system for collecting data on people’s health status, such as how many of them are insured, what their pre-condition conditions are, and what their plans cover.

States also must establish a federal health plan exchange that offers insurance to people who are eligible for it.

The ACA requires insurers to cover preventive care like prescription drug coverage, hospitalization, and prescriptions.

They can’t charge more than 10% of people’s premiums for health care coverage, but they must offer insurance to at least 30% of their employees.

For more information on the ACA and health care, check out the National Health Law Center.

What happens if I don’t buy my own health coverage?

Your employer or a public agency that is paying for your health insurance must provide you with coverage.

If you’re covered under your own employer’s health plan, your employer will be able to collect the premiums.

Your employer may also charge you higher premiums for the same coverage if you get sick.

If your employer doesn’t provide health insurance, your state may choose to opt out of the law, which means you’ll have to pay for your own coverage through an exchange.

If I sign up for coverage through a state exchange, what happens if the law changes?

If you sign up through an Exchange, your health care plan may change or go away.

This could affect your coverage.

Your employer must pay for coverage as if you were a new enrollee and your employer would continue to provide health coverage to you.

You’ll still have to file a claim with the Marketplace and pay premiums.

The Marketplace can’t refund the premiums you paid for coverage.

The Marketplace will pay out of your pocket and you’ll need to make up any lost money.

For example, if your employer pays for your coverage through your state Exchange, you’ll still be covered for that year.

However, your coverage may be terminated in 2018.

What if my employer changes or leaves the law?

You’ll need a plan from a different insurer to continue to pay premiums and other expenses.

You may also have to buy a new plan.

The Affordable Healthcare Act allows a few exemptions to this rule.

For some people, the plan they’re enrolled in may no longer meet the requirements of the plan you’ve signed up for.

For example, the Affordable Care Care Act does not allow plans to cover a wide variety of medical care, including dental care.

In the meantime, your insurance company can still continue to sell you the same plan you have.

If your plan has changed or left the law’s rules, you may need to find another plan.

How can I find a plan?

The Marketplace will help you find a health plan for you.

To get started, call 800-318-2584 or go to the Marketplace website.

To help you choose the plan that’s right for you, we recommend that you first read our list of pre-established plans.

In some cases, you might be able a state-based health plan or a private health plan.

For more information, see our list.

What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?

Medicare is a government-run insurance program for the elderly and disabled.

Medicare is available to all Americans who make less than 138% of federal poverty guidelines.

The eligibility requirements for Medicare depend on a person’s income, and the program is funded entirely by payroll taxes.

If you make more than 138%, you qualify for Medicare.

You’re eligible to get Medicare benefits for a limited period of time if you have health problems. The most