183 results for "Information about health care"
Published onSeptember 1, 2016
College is stressful enough, so give yourself the peace of mind that comes with having health insurance this school year. Getting health insurance may be easier and cheaper than you think.
Published onAugust 25, 2016
When you enrolled in Marketplace coverage, you may have chosen a health plan that included dental coverage or purchased a separate, stand-alone dental plan.
Published onAugust 18, 2016
Diabetic? Chronically sick? Don’t worry! With Marketplace health insurance, your plan covers treatment for any
you had when you enrolled in coverage.
Published onAugust 11, 2016
Now that you have Marketplace health insurance, you have more ways to take charge of your health.
Published onAugust 4, 2016
Did you know that with a Marketplace health insurance plan
— like shots and screening tests — are covered at no cost to you? These free preventive services can help you stay healthy and save you money in the long run.
Published onJuly 28, 2016
When you buy a car, you probably think first about price — your monthly payment. But other expenses — like auto insurance, gas, and maintenance — can affect your wallet. Your total costs depend on which car you buy and the expenses that come with owning a car.
Health insurance can be like that. If you look only at your monthly payment, you may find that other costs have a big impact on your household budget.
Published onMay 26, 2016
Getting health insurance is an important first step to better health. Now that you’re covered, here are 3 ways to get the most out of your health plan:
Published onMay 19, 2016
Congrats, graduates! Whether you’re heading into the working world or planning your next move, you have options for affordable health insurance that works for your life and your budget.
Published onApril 28, 2016
Did you get a notice from the Marketplace asking you for documents to verify information on your health insurance application? If so, some of the information you provided on your application — like your yearly income estimate, immigration status, or citizenship — doesn’t match our records.
Published onApril 21, 2016
If you enrolled in a 2016 health plan, you must pay your first month’s premium to your health insurance company to avoid losing your coverage.