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Insurance Producer / Provider License Search/sites/Insurance/Producers/Pages/default.aspxInsurance Producer / Provider License SearchConsumers can look up producers/agents to find out if they are licensed. Illinois insurance producers/agents can connect to NAIC SBS to find NPNs and education providers, print their insurance licenses, and update contact information.
File a Consumer Insurance Complaint/sites/Insurance/Consumers/Pages/File-a-complaint.aspxFile a Consumer Insurance ComplaintYou can file a consumer insurance complaint with IDOI. The Department investigates complaints regarding insurance carriers, brokers and agents to help protect consumers and ensure that all entities licensed by IDOI are in compliance with state and federal laws.
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).

 News

  • IDOI Announces Even More Unemployed Illinoisans Without Health Insurance Can Get Covered Because of the American Rescue Plan

    July 2, 2021 — IDOI Announces Even More Unemployed Illinoisans Without Health Insurance Can Get Covered Because of the American Rescue Plan Chicago – Beginning this month, more unemployed Illinoisans in need of health insurance may be eligible for financial help to purchase plans on the ACA Marketplace. Consumers who received unemployment compensation for any week beginning in 2021 (or are approved to receive benefits) may find even lower cost plans and reduce out-of-pocket health insurance expenses, according to the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

  • Don't Let Spring Rains Flood Your Future

    April 13, 2021 - SPRINGFIELD - As Illinoisans welcome April showers and May flowers, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR), Illinois Department of Insurance (IDOI), Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) and local emergency management agencies throughout Illinois are reminding Illinoisans to invest in flood insurance to protect their homes and businesses from flooding emergencies.

  • Illinois Department of Insurance announces ACA Marketplace enrollment nearly doubled during the 2021 Special Enrollment Period compared to the same period last year

    April 9, 2021 Press Release - Illinois Department of Insurance announces ACA Marketplace enrollment nearly doubled during the 2021 Special Enrollment Period compared to the same period last year. Illinoisans are signing up for ACA Health Insurance Marketplace plans at nearly twice the rate of this time last year, according to federal CMS numbers released this week. Nearly 15,000 Illinois consumers purchased and enrolled in health plans since February, when President Biden signed an executive order to open the ACA Marketplace for a new Special Enrollment in response to COVID-19. Unlike other SEPs, consumers are not required to provide proof of a qualifying life event, such as getting married, having a baby, or losing job-based coverage to enroll.