Graduation season is upon us—and if you’re a college student, you might be preparing to move to a new city or get a new job, where you may or may not need to find new health insurance and/or medical providers. Navigating healthcare on your own for the first time can feel overwhelming. The good news? You have lots of options.
Many Americans with health insurance experience sticker shock when they need health care at the beginning of the year. From prescription refills to medical tests, they are often surprised that covered services and medications cost more in January than they did a month before.
Whether you live in the US or not, most people understand that healthcare in the US is a hot-button issue. Unfortunately, even with the Affordable Care Act enacted to make healthcare more accessible and affordable for all Americans, many still struggle to afford quality health insurance and healthcare plans.
As benefits advisors, does it often seem easiest to just renew your client with the health plan they had last year? What if the rising cost of doing this has eroded participation so much it is starting to become embarrassing?
Small, medium businesses (SMB) health insurance is a critical piece of protection and an essential component of any small business
In the United States, it’s estimated that approximately 26 million people still remain without health insurance. Although that number is at an all-time low, having 26 million people uninsured aren’t words you want to associate with the world’s richest country.
The sad truth is many people in the U.S. still don’t have health insurance. In fact, as of 2020, there were still about 28 million people without health insurance at any point during the year.
Every business, individual, and family has different healthcare coverage needs. At the end of the day, no two are the same.
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