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Banner: Health blog - Buyer’s remorse? You can switch your health plan

August 2, 2017

Buyer’s remorse? You can switch your health plan

The window of time when most people can sign up for health insurance, called open enrollment, runs from November 1 through January 31. If you pick a plan and then decide you want to switch, you can do it anytime during the open enrollment period.

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Banner: Health blog - The 3 people who can make picking a health plan easier

August 2, 2017

The 3 people who can make picking a health plan easier

Google is great, but sometimes you just need to talk to a human being. If it’s time to call in some help picking a plan that’s a great fit for you.

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Banner: Health blog - How your health insurance is (and isn’t) like car insurance

August 2, 2017

How your health insurance is (and isn’t) like car insurance

Sometimes looking at where health care does and doesn’t overlap with other forms of insurance can give us a better overall understanding of how health care works.

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Banner: Health blog - 5 reasons to try online care

August 2, 2017

5 reasons to try online care

The ease of simply going online rather than taking the trip to the doc is tempting, but is it a safe bet? Read more on why we recommend it for certain cases.

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Banner: Health blog - Co-what? Copays, coinsurance and the other stuff that comes out of your wallet

August 2, 2017

Co-what? Copays, coinsurance, & other common health insurance terms

Health insurance terms can look like a foreign language. But when you know what they mean, they tell the story of how you and your health plan share the cost of your care.

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