CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - October 11, 2010) -  The health insurance quoting and e-application technology provided by is now available for Utah residents on the Utah Health Exchange. With, residents can compare rates and benefits side by side and apply online for coverage.

Health plans available through include family and individual health insurance from top carriers including Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Utah, Altius Health Plans and more. Along with providing instant quotes, residents can speak to a licensed GoHealthInsurance agent via phone or online chat for professional advice.

Utah is only one of two states, the other in Massachusetts, with a working health insurance exchange. By 2014, every state will be required to offer residents an online health exchange marketplace as mandated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

The exchanges allow residents to research all of their health insurance choices, including privately-administered health plans, subsidies for coverage and Medicaid. President Obama and members of Congress envisioned these exchanges as the solution for empowering consumers to compare rates and benefits and choose a policy that best fits their needs.

"Utah is ahead of the playing field for health insurance exchanges and is a good model for other states to follow. technology is a perfect fit for the Utah Exchange and any other state looking to help residents find affordable health insurance coverage," said Michael Mahoney, Vice President of Consumer Markets at

Utah residents can find the GoHealthInsurance quoting platform on the Utah Health Exchange at Users can view health insurance quotes without providing a telephone number or email address.

About GoHealthInsurance makes buying health insurance simple. GoHealthInsurance explains health coverage options in plain English, provides free health insurance quotes, connects shoppers with local agents, and helps consumers choose plans that meet their health and budget needs -- making it a robust health exchange.

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Michael Mahoney