Health insurance is a bit complicated for millions of families in the US. Different types of networks, a variety of health plans, and income dictates the options available, yet no insurance company created all plans equally. In addition to this, there are variations on costs and coverage depending on location.
The annual open enrollment period offers a chance for applicants and families to make a positive change. This is when they can switch to a better plan or buy a plan for the first time.
The concern this year is that there may not be quite so many plans, and the costs will go up. Some will be pleasantly surprised by the outcome, while others will lose out. It all comes down to the potential changes to the Affordable Care Act, which Congress continues to … Read More