Get Rates & Plan Information for 2024 Arizona Health Insurance PlansComplete the form below to receive rates and descriptions via email, usually within one hour.

Lehrman Group is a trusted provider and broker agent for individual and family health insurance plans in Arizona since 1988.

Open Enrollment for a 2024 Arizona health insurance plan through the ObamaCare Marketplace began November 1, 2023 and ended on January 16, 2024, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a policy at this time. Fill out the form below and we will email you rates for all of the 2024 Arizona health insurance plans that are available to you. Depending on which Arizona county you live in, Obamacare plans come from Aetna/Banner, Ambetter, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, Cigna, Medica, Oscar, and United Healthcare.

There are also high quality non-Obamacare health insurance plans that you may purchase at any time during the year. Some of the plans are true PPO plans (use any doctor or hospital that you desire, anywhere in the United States). If you don’t qualify for a large tax credit, these plans are less expensive than ACA/Obamacare plans.

Did you know?

You can purchase a non-ObamaCare health insurance policy at any time during the year – not just during open enrollment. Additionally, a “qualifying event” allows you to purchase an ACA ObamaCare health insurance plan regardless of the time of year.

Individual & Family Arizona Health Insurance Plan Quote Request Form

Complete this form to receive rates and descriptions via email, usually within one hour (all information you provide will stay in-house and will never be seen by anyone except Lehrman Group brokers). If you need immediate help, give us a call at (800) 600-9663.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is a high deductible bad?

Deductibles aren’t bad or good, per se. It just depends on your financial situation. While you may have copays for simple things like regular visits to your doctor and to urgent care, outside of those regular visits, you’ll have to meet your deductible before major coverage kicks in. One thing is for sure: high deductible health insurance is typically cheaper since you’re covering a larger amount of your medical expenses.

How long does it take to get health insurance?

After you’ve selected a plan and submitted an application, some carriers will issue a policy as quickly as the next day. Others may make you wait until the first of the next month.

Why should I use a broker or agent for my health insurance instead of going direct?

Brokers, or agents (technically, in Arizona, they’re called “producers”) usually represent a number of companies and have years of knowledge of those companies. Brokers can provide a thorough analysis of each insurance company. Also, you’ll want numerous quotes when shopping around. Lastly, it’s a good idea to have an extra person in your corner should you need help with anything related to your policy. While you’ll often deal with the insurance company directly, occasionally you may need assistance.

Need immediate assistance? Call us today at (800) 600-9663.