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CGHC Grace Periods

CGHC Grace Periods

What is a Grace Period? A grace period is a set period of time that CGHC will give you to pay your premium payments before your coverage is terminated. How will I know if my account has gone into a grace period? If you have not paid every month of your premium payment...
Our Open Enrollment Member Webinars

Our Open Enrollment Member Webinars

At Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative (CGHC), we want to give members as much assistance as possible to choose the right plan, renew their coverage, or join our cooperative as a new member. Since we are operating in a virtual environment right now for the health and...
Understanding Virtual Healthcare Options

Understanding Virtual Healthcare Options

Accessing healthcare virtually has become an important part of our daily lives. There are so many references to virtual healthcare, but we want to make sure members know exactly what type of healthcare you’re using and the associated costs. Many terms are used, but...
Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment for 2021 health insurance is here! It’s time to enroll in or renew your coverage with Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative (CGHC)! Open Enrollment goes until December 15th. It is the only time of the year that most people can enroll in individual...
How to Enroll Outside of the Federal Open Enrollment Period

How to Enroll Outside of the Federal Open Enrollment Period

In this post, we will cover questions you may have about enrolling in a health insurance policy outside of the annual Open Enrollment Period, which is generally between November 1st and December 15th each year. When you enroll outside of the federal open enrollment...
Texas v. US and What It Means for 2019

Texas v. US and What It Means for 2019

Dear Members, Over the past several months, we have been updating you about a federal court case (Texas v. the US) challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as the ACA or Obamacare. On Friday, the judge in the case decided to issue...