This year, like every year, It’s hard to find the right tools to compare health plan costs and coverage during open enrollment. This often leaves many Americans underinsured or without the right coverage for their needs.
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If you don’t have health insurance, getting seriously injured or sick is pretty much a worst-case scenario. Luckily, you have options other than paying for everything yourself. Temporary health insurance, aka short-term health insurance or gap insurance, was created for these kinds of situations.
No matter if you are actively reviewing your health insurance plan options during open enrollment or just getting a refresher in your health insurance knowledge, we have the comparison you need. We will review HMOs and HDHPs below.
…and have them billed to your insurance carrier We can help you save money (off the retail price) at your next doctor’s appointment. You can use this strategy at any service provider – your doctor, dentist or even optometrists. Here is why not to pay your copay on your next doctor visit and have them...
Even this early in open enrollment, some clear trends are surfacing. HDHPs are on the rise. More and more employes are offerings these health plans. What is causing this shift and why are companies embracing high deductible health plans? We will cover both the value and rationale for the movement to HDHPs.
Life has a funny way of not going as planned. We get a nasty sinus infection that won’t go away, Little Tommy falls down and breaks his arm, and we find ourselves needing more than an over-the-counter sinus medicine and a bandage. Health insurance can be costly. Here are a few ways to find coverage...