Music Health Alliance Offers Free Open Enrollment Assistance to Music Community

Music Health Alliance offering open enrollment
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The Music Health Alliance is offering free healthcare advocacy and resources to members of the music community during the open enrollment window.

The MHA says its advocacy work has saved more than $120 million in healthcare costs and helped musicians secure live-saving resources for medical procedures, mental health care, senior care support, diagnostic tests, prescriptions, and more. Currently, the MHA is offering free appointments for individuals, groups, and seniors across the country to ensure they get the healthcare coverage they need.

The service is open to any person who has worked in the music industry for three years or more. Spouses, legal domestic partners, and dependent family members may also qualify. Medicare open enrollment dates begin October 15 through December 7, while the Healthcare Marketplace’s open enrollment period begins November 1 through January 15.

During the open enrollment period, MHA healthcare advocates will meet by phone or Zoom with clients, advising and enrolling members of the music industry and their families in the best healthcare or Medicare plans that meet their needs and budget. If there has been an income change, a change in coverage, or simply a need to help navigate the complicated health insurance landscape, MHA will help.

Considering booking an appointment? You should do so quickly as to have coverage by January 1 the enrollment process must be completed by December 15. MHA is funded entirely through grants and individual and corporate donations. Every $1 donated equals $30 in live-saving healthcare and mental health services to help heal the music community.

For interested parties you can contact Erin for information on Individual or Family Health Insurance, Bonita for Group Health Insurance, and Suzanne for Medicare enrollment for seniors who are 65+. The MHA serves more than 20,000 clients across all fifty states, while helping nearly 2,500 families avoid bankruptcy from accrued medical debts over the last ten years.