Welcome to SC Health Connector

SChealthconnector is built to empower residents of South Carolina to find and enroll in plans offered under the Affordable Care Act. As an independent health insurance agent, our assistance is provided free of charge!

Research

Learn about plan details such as carrier, networks, prescription drug formularies and other insurance terminology.

Compare

Use our sorting tools to compare plan prices and high level benefits such as deductibles, copays, and coinsurance.

Get Enrolled

Use our enrollment platform to access tax credits, and choose a plan to enroll in. Our enrollment platform saves most people 80% of the time needed to enroll on healthcare.gov!

Stay Informed

We are available year round to answer questions and assist with life changes. Our goal is to provide outstanding service BEYOND the initial signup process!

The Buzz

The latest information on South Carolina Health Plans

New Bluechoice Pharmacy network!

Earlier this week, we learned that the Bluechoice Pharmacy network for all marketplace plans would change to the Advanced Choice Pharmacy Network, effective October 1st 2016. What does this mean for you? The BIGGEST change we expect most members to notice, effective October 1st 2016 is that Rite-Aid and Walgreens pharmacies will NO LONGER be IN NETWORK. […]

31 Aug, 2016 jtdickerson

New Bluecross South Carolina pharmacy network!

Earlier this week, we learned that the Bluecross South Carolina Pharmacy network for all marketplace plans would change to the Advanced Choice Pharmacy Network, effective October 1st 2016. Bluecross Pharmacy network is changing! What does this mean for you? The BIGGEST change we expect most members to notice, effective October 1st 2016 is that Rite-Aid and Walgreens […]

31 Aug, 2016 jtdickerson

Aetna/Coventry to stop selling Obamacare plans in South Carolina

Per a recent press release, Aetna will discontinue offering health insurance plans on the Federal marketplace (healthcare.gov) in South Carolina for 2017. As reported by the Charleston Post and Courier, this is expected to impact approximately 8,000 South Carolina residents. Currently, Aetna offers coverage in 14 counties – including the Charleston Tri-county area, a handful […]

17 Aug, 2016 jtdickerson
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