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AmeriHealth New Jersey offers NJ residents consumer health plan options for the 10th year in a row

By October 31, 2022February 7th, 2023Company News Press Releases Spotlight
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Cranbury, NJ, October 31, 2022 – Open enrollment for individuals begins on Tuesday, November 1, and AmeriHealth New Jersey is proud to again offer New Jersey residents 12 different health plan options for 2023. These include 11 plans that consist of EPOs across the Bronze, Silver and Gold metallic tiers, as well as a catastrophic option.

“At AmeriHealth New Jersey, our members – and their varying health and health plan needs – are our top priority,” said AmeriHealth New Jersey Market President Mike Munoz. “We are proud of the wide range of options and top-quality customer service that we offer to New Jersey residents as they are navigating open enrollment.”

Our members are at the center of everything we do. We have been committed to offering affordable health plans with comprehensive health care coverage and access to quality care,  since the launch of the Affordable Care Act. We offer access to a variety of networks, and zero-dollar virtual care options with 24/7 access through online video, mobile app, or phone.

AmeriHealth New Jersey’s AmeriHealth Advantage plan is one of the most popular plans, with over ninety five percent of our members enrolled, because of its affordability and access to richer Tier 1 benefits. For 2023, AmeriHealth New Jersey is introducing one new Hospital Advantage EPO in the Silver tier in 20 of the state’s 21 counties.

In 2021, New Jersey transitioned to a state-based exchange, Get Covered New Jersey, which will continue to serve as the state’s official health insurance marketplace. New Jersey residents are required to have health care coverage, and consumers who purchase or renew a health plan through Get Covered New Jersey may be eligible for a state-based subsidy, in addition to the existing federal subsidy.

“We remain committed to the state-based exchange, with quality and affordability top of mind,” said Munoz.

Off-exchange plans provide New Jersey residents with additional options

New Jersey residents can also purchase a health plan off exchange, directly from AmeriHealth New Jersey. There are 14 plans available off exchange, including two plans in the Select Suite that provide a ten percent savings compared to similar on-exchange plans. AmeriHealth New Jersey’s off exchange Select Suite of plans are amongst the most affordable options in the Silver tier. Off-exchange health plans are not subsidy eligible.

In order to receive ID cards by January 1, 2023, individuals should make health plan selections, whether on or off-exchange, by November 30, 2022. All new and current AmeriHealth New Jersey members will receive ID cards.

Key dates to remember

November 1, 2022

Open enrollment begins on this date for those who are not eligible for health care coverage through an employer or government program.

November 30, 2022

Individuals must enroll in an AmeriHealth New Jersey health plan by this date to obtain an ID card by January 1, 2023.

December 15, 2022

Individuals must enroll in an AmeriHealth New Jersey health plan by this date to ensure they receive digital access to an ID card by January 1, 2023.

December 31, 2022

The final day individuals can enroll for coverage starting January 1, 2023.

January 31, 2023

Open enrollment ends. This is the last day to enroll for coverage through AmeriHealth New Jersey in 2023, for a February 1, 2023 effective date.

How to enroll

AmeriHealth New Jersey licensed sales agents are available to provide support to New Jersey residents and can be reached at 1-888-879-5331. They can help individuals understand which plan may be best suited for their specific needs. Individuals can submit an application over the phone with the support of a sales agent.

Consumers can also visit to review plan options.

Members who are renewing their existing AmeriHealth New Jersey health plans, and who have signed up to receive secure text messages, can complete enrollment with just a click.

“We know that New Jersey residents have options when it comes to their health coverage and our team is dedicated to supporting members through a variety of mediums as they review and select a plan that best fits their individual needs,” said Munoz.

For more information on AmeriHealth New Jersey health plans, visit

Carly LePore

Carly LePore joined AmeriHealth in 2018 where today she serves as the organization's Corporate Communications Manager. She plays a key role in protecting and promoting the AmeriHealth New Jersey brand by providing strategic counsel on matters related to media relations, speaking engagements and public appearances as well as internal associate communications.

As a member of AmeriHealth’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council, Carly plays an integral role in helping cultivate a welcoming and inclusive work environment within the company.

Carly brings more than a decade of experience in public/media relations as well as corporate and associate communications. Carly earned her B.A. in public relations with a minor in sociology from Quinnipiac University in Connecticut.