Health care has been one of the most heated debates in Washington, fueled by the Trump Administration's push to eradicate Obamacare. Open enrollment begins on November 1, allowing Americans to buy health insurance for the upcoming year. Sara Rowghani, Senior Vice President at Oscar, an individual health insurance company, breaks down why this year is more critical than years past. This year marks the fifth open enrollment period since the rollout of the Affordable Care Act. Due to several significant changes to Open Enrollment this year, there has been additional confusion about signing up. Oscar plans to alleviate the uncertainty through its new ad campaign aimed at educating consumers. Oscar sees doomsday headlines surrounding insurance as an additional threat to consumers. Despite the drama in D.C., Oscar's message is: get covered no matter what.