About Covering Central Florida
Covering Central Florida navigators work for the Primary Care Access Network (PCAN), a 501c3 non-profit organization located in Orlando Florida. Navigators are certified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), licensed by the State of Florida, and must pass a Federal Background Check. All services provided by navigators are offered Free of Charge.
Navigators are able to help consumers, small businesses, and their employees as they look for health coverage options through the Marketplace, including finding/comparing plans, completing eligibility, and finalizing enrollment forms. Navigators are here to make the process of finding affordable coverage as painless as can be for you and your family.
- Winter Garden
- Winter Park
- Altamonte Springs
- Lake Mary
- Lake Monroe
- Winter Springs
- Fruitland Park
- Grand Island
- Howey In The Hills
- Lady Lake
- Mount Dora
- Intercession City
- Saint Cloud
Covering Central Florida connects with consumers through a network of partners and interacts with a number of organizations, many of which provide direct services to thousands of health-care consumers.
Covering Central Florida and its partners are primarily focused on promoting for and enhancing access to care and services for people with little Language skills, people with disabilities, people who are underserved in the current private health insurance market, and people who are vulnerable.
Navigators are critical in assisting consumers with completing applications, determining eligibility, and enrolling in coverage through the Marketplaces, as well as possibly qualifying for insurance affordability programs.
Navigators work all year to raise awareness of the coverage options available to the uninsured, assist consumers in finding affordable coverage that meets their needs, and assist consumers beyond the enrollment process to ensure they have the tools and resources they need to use and maintain their health coverage throughout the year.
How Finding Coverage Works
The Health Insurance Marketplace provides health plan shopping and enrollment services through the healthcare.gov website with many great insurance providers to choose from.
This makes proper coverage attainable for everyone, but can be a daunting process if it’s your first time. That’s where we come in.
1) Contact a CoveringCFL Navigator
2) Meet Virtually or in Person
Meet with the Marketplace Navigator to discuss family health insurance needs and expectations.
3) Enroll in a Health Plan
Sort through the available plan options with the assistance of a Marketplace Navigator in order to complete the enrollment process.