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Workers Compensation Fraud/sites/Insurance/WC-Fraud/Pages/default.aspxWorkers Compensation FraudWorkers’ Comp Fraud costs Illinois taxpayers millions of dollars each year. If you suspect someone may be committing workers’ comp fraud, contact IDOI to investigate.
Get Covered Illinois/sites/getcovered/Pages/default.aspxGet Covered IllinoisGet covered, stay covered and stay healthy with Get Covered Illinois. Get Covered Illinois (GCI) is the official ACA Health Insurance Marketplace for the state of Illinois, helping you shop for health insurance to fit your needs and budget. GCI is a division of the Illinois Department of Insurance (IDOI).
Office of Consumer Health Insurance (OCHI)/sites/Insurance/Consumers/ConsumerInsurance/Health/Pages/health.aspxOffice of Consumer Health Insurance (OCHI)Office of Consumer Health Insurance (OCHI) OCHI can answer questions about your current health insurance plan, explain policies and policyholder rights, provide guidance on how to file appeals and complaints, and provide resources through the “Uninsured Ombudsman Program.”


  • IDOI Announces January 15th Enrollment Deadline for ACA Marketplace

    ​January 14, 2022 - This Saturday, January 15, 2022 is the last day of Open Enrollment for the ACA Health Insurance Marketplace. The Biden-Harris Administration extended this open enrollment period for an additional month to give people more time to purchase health plans through HealthCare.gov. IDOI Acting Director Dana Popish Severinghaus said Illinoisans should take the time to select and enroll in a plan before the deadline. “We’re hopeful that the additional time to sign up has allowed historically uninsured communities and people impacted by significant health disparities to access coverage,” said Popish Severinghaus. "If you need health insurance, you can still shop for a quality health plan on the ACA Marketplace and enroll through January 15th. Then, your coverage will begin on February 1st.”

  • Illinois Department of Insurance Announces the start of Open Enrollment on the ACA Health Insurance Marketplace

    November 1, 2021 - Today kicks off Open Enrollment for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Health Insurance Marketplace which runs from November 1, 2021 through January 15, 2022, allowing Illinoisans an additional month to enroll. For the 2022 plan year, the number of health insurance carriers on the ACA Marketplace is increasing again. There are eleven carriers for plan year 2022, up from eight in plan year 2021, and five in plan year 2020. This year, IDOI welcomes three new health insurance carriers: Molina Healthcare of Illinois, Inc., Oscar Health Plan, and UnitedHealthcare of Illinois, Inc.

  • IDOI Helps Illinois Life Insurance Consumers Collect More than $3 Million

    September 27, 2021 - The Illinois Department of Insurance's Life Policy Locator can help you find a deceased family member's lost life insurance policies or annuity contracts. IDOI has already helped consumers collect more than $3 million this year. "We want to make it as easy as possible for Illinoisans to find unclaimed benefits, so grieving families don't miss out on the financial assistance that life insurance proceeds can provide," said IDOI Acting Director Dana Popish Severinghaus.