As health insurance open-enrollment season gets underway, automated phone calls offering health plans are spiking — and driving many consumers to the brink.
Activists for expanding Medicaid in the four states are circumventing their Republican-led legislatures and taking the matter directly to the voters.
Across the country, catchphrases such as “Medicare-for-all,” “single-payer,” “public option” and “universal health care” are sweeping state and federal political races as Democrats tap into voter anger about GOP efforts to kill the Affordable Care Act
Cheaper plans offer far narrower selection of doctors and hospitals and less coverage of out-of-network care. But many consumers are unaware of the trade-offs.
The high cost of cutting-edge treatments threatens to keep precision medicine, one of the most celebrated areas in cancer care, out of reach for many patients.
To find a plan on Washington Healthplanfinder, you’ll want to gather a some info before you apply. Here’s what you’ll need to complete your application fast.
There are a lots of ways to get help finding a good plan for you and your family, online, by phone and in person.
Her doctor had warned her that the extensive allergy skin-patch testing she needed might be expensive, but she wasn’t too worried: she had good insurance.
You will be able to get in-person help signing up for Healthplanfinder coverage during the upcoming open enrollment period at 10 locations around the state.
Now you can visit Medicare.gov to get personalized help with your coverage choices.