You get one shot each year to choose the right healthcare plan for your family. What happens if you choose the wrong plan? Choosing a healthcare plan is a big decision.
No para ser un buzzkill total, pero las emergencias médicas pueden ocurrir en cualquier momento, incluso en la universidad. Afortunadamente, la cobertura está disponible para
Qualifying Life Events: Their Impact on Your Life Insurance
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (known as the Affordable Care Act or “ACA”) was signed into law in March 2010 during the Obama administration. The law took aim at some of the major inefficiencies in American healthcare coverage, particularly the staggering rates of under- and uninsured Americans.
The introduction of the Affordable Care Act brought about much-needed changes to the healthcare landscape, and the benefits of Obamacare are immeasurable for many – especially the chronically ill.
Not to be a total buzzkill, but medical emergencies can strike at any time – even in college. Fortunately, coverage is available for nearly all
In 2018, the Trump administration announced a new type of health insurance plan known as short term medical insurance. The notion was slated to address some of the perceived issues Americans were facing when deciding between healthcare options, including the cost of premiums and missed open enrollment resulting in risky periods of being uninsured.
Do you know and understand the difference between Obamacare and Medicaid? Time to find out.
On March 23, 2010, a historic piece of legislation was signed into law expanding access to affordable healthcare coverage for Americans. Known formally as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Obamacare soon garnered overnight attention for its focus on prevention, wellness, and reasonable costs.
Open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act (known informally as “Obamacare”) is a window of time during which enrollees can select the coverage options that