Health Insurance Archives

Ten reasons to pay attention to ACA open enrollment this year

December 10, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has dominated the nation’s attention for about nine months. But, there’s another thing many people may want to pay attention to right now, especially with historic job losses: How to maintain health insurance coverage at a time they may need it most. The combination of extraordinary job losses and a historic pandemic… [Read More]

Emani Taylor Stresses the Importance and Her Experience Getting Enrolled for 2021 Health Insurance

December 10, 2020

Open Enrollment Ends December 15th “Remind your family, remind your friends, and tell them to at least go find out what the options are.”

Choosing a Medicare Part D Plan in the COVID-19 era

October 22, 2020

By Kelle Turner, Medicare Part D Expert, Express Scripts The year 2020 has been like no other. The global pandemic has impacted every aspect of our lives. From entertainment and sporting events, to travel and family celebrations—everything has changed. Selecting a Medicare prescription drug plan (also known as Medicare Part D) will also look differently… [Read More]

Affordable healthcare open enrollment ends soon

November 20, 2019

The Affordable Healthcare Act (or Obamacare as it is more commonly known) open enrollment 2020 began on Friday, November 1, 2019 for the roughly 11 million Americans who have health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, and for those thinking of joining them and signing up for individual or family coverage for next year. There’s… [Read More]

Don’t shortchange consumers: Copays count

May 10, 2018

By Michael Beyer A new insurance policy could prove harmful to HIV patients and others living with chronic disease, who need to access and adhere to daily medications. Several insurers and employers are no longer allowing co-pay cards from drug manufacturers, which many patients use to lower their out-of-pocket costs, to count towards a patient’s… [Read More]