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Roundup: Understanding Health Insurance At A Glance

These materials will help you better understand open enrollment and health insurance.

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Confused about health insurance coverage?

Choosing to enroll in a health insurance plan—or understand it all—can feel overwhelming. This article may help to simplify things. Read “Confused About Insurance Coverage? Get the Facts.”

Need some help understanding health insurance terms?

We’ve put together three infographics and a video to help define some common—and important—health insurance terms.


Health Insurance Terms You Should Know

Health Insurance Terms You Should Know Part 2

Health Insurance Terms You Should Know Part 3

 

The infographics referenced above will give you more terms, but as a reference point, this video explains some of the essential terms.

 

 

 

Open enrollment information

 

Open Enrollment runs from November 1, 2019, through December 15, 2019*. Shop or look to change your plan here.

 

Don’t let health insurance confuse you. Use these resources to make informed decisions regarding your health insurance plan.

 

Take a look at other healthy living articles.

 

*If you’re in Idaho, you have until December 16, 2019 to enroll.

 

 

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Bobby Macey

Bobby Macey is a marketer and writer by trade. He’s been published nationally and writes on myriad topics—particularly healthy living.