It’s the season… for open enrollment. Whether it’s Medicare, the Health Insurance Marketplace, or some employers, fall is when many people can switch health plans for the coming calendar year. Do you have all the information you need to make informed decisions during open enrollment?
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Below are links to helpful resources about open enrollment:
Bottom line: Be sure you understand your options, get your questions answered, and know your preferences (cost, access, convenience, willingness to accept risk, etc.) before you make a decision. Contact me if I can be of help.
How many of us really understand health insurance? Have you read your health insurance policy? (Sounds fun, right?) I’m highlighting a few key terms below; you can also look at this helpful glossary to better understand your
And then there are allowed amounts, balance billing, and so much more. Read the policy benefits booklet carefully. Be sure you understand what services are covered, when you need to obtain prior authorization or get a referral before seeing a specialist, and that just because your physician is in-network, it doesn’t mean that the hospital he or she may treat you at is also in-network.
Bottom line: the more you know in advance about your health insurance plan, the better prepared you can be to obtain the care you need as well as manage your financial risk.
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