Monthly Archives: November 2014

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Enroll Health Commercial

Are you one of the ONE MILLION people in Tennessee without health coverage? Enroll Health can help – we can show you your options and get you coverage for as little as $50 (and many people qualify for even LOWER rates).

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Hazen Mirts Talks About Enroll Health on WATE (ABC) News

Hazen Mirts, president of Enroll Health, talks about what his company is doing to help people get easy, fast and affordable health coverage. Enroll Health recently opened four new locations in East Tennessee. Video courtesy of WATE (ABC).

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Enroll Health Opens Retail Locations to Assist in Choosing Health Insurance

http://www.knoxnews.com/business/enroll-health-opens-retail-locations-to-assist-in-choosing-health-insurance_74376184

Tucked in the corner of The Gallery shopping center in West Knoxville is a new retail store dubbed the “Health Care Shop.”

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Enroll Health Opens Foothills Mall Locatoin

http://www.thedailytimes.com/business/enroll-health-opens-foothills-mall-location/article_60bcffe4-e869-558b-baef-544e796e93f3.html

For people wondering what to do about complying with the Affordable Care Act, a new company has opened four new East Tennessee locations, including one in Blount County, to show how to get “affordable” health insurance.

Knoxville-based Enroll Health opened an office at Foothills Mall in Maryville, along with two in Knoxville and one in Cleveland.

The service provided by the company, a division of Enrollment First Inc., is to demonstrate how easy and affordable it is to get health coverage, according to Hazen Mirts, president and CEO of Enroll Health.

“People really don’t understand the Affordable Care Act,” he said. “We’re helping people who have had insurance for years, and we’re helping people who have never had health coverage.”

The company works with all major health insurance providers, and receives commissions from those firms. Enroll Health reviews a person’s situation and shows them all of the options available to them for free, according to the company.

It also determines if that individual qualifies for subsidies to offset the cost of their coverage. The entire process takes only minutes and costs nothing, according to the company.

“Many times we can find better coverage at a lower price,” Mirts said. “Enroll Health can get health insurance for someone for as little as $50 per month, and many people qualify for monthly premiums lower than that.”

Enroll Health will also conduct a fast, free review of health care options by phone at 865- 243-3900. For more information, visit www.EnrollHealth.com.