Travel insurance plans offer health coverage while you’re traveling outside the United States.
Monthly Archives: October 2014
Before you select a health plan, familiarize yourself with Open Enrollment Period (OEP) key terms.
Catastrophic health insurance plans can protect you in case of unexpected medical costs.
Under Obamacare, health insurance plans have a metallic level that indicates the level of coverage.
An EPO health insurance plan can cost much less than an HMO or PPO plan.
Point of Service (POS) health plans generally require you to select a primary care physician.
Obamacare prohibits insurance companies from excluding pre-existing conditions from their coverage.
Accident insurance can help pay for expenses you may incur after an accidental injury.
Obamacare generally does not require small businesses to offer health insurance to their employees.
Understand life insurance basics prior to purchasing your first life insurance policy.
Health discount cards offer important savings on vision and dental services and on prescription drugs.
eHealth’s dental insurance resources can help you choose a dental plan that works for you.
Vision insurance offers coverage for routine eye exams and vision correction wear.
Find out the dates and deadlines of the Open Enrollment Period to sign up for Obamacare.
Discover the types of health insurance plans available under Obamacare.
ObamaCare has introduced important changes with regards to maternity insurance coverage.
Get all the information you need about Obamacare health insurance.
Understand the various ways of buying health insurance that meets ACA (or “Obamacare”) standards.
eHealth helps you understand the key terms and definitions associated with health insurance coverage.
Under Obamacare, you may have to choose a doctor from your plan’s network health provider list.
Short-term or temporary health insurance provides health coverage for a limited period of time.
You can often save money by choosing an HMO health plan, but may get less choice and flexibility. See if an HMO is right for you.
Some health plans require you to use a preferred provider network (PPO). See how a PPO works to decide if it’s the right kind of plan for you.
Obamacare imposes a tax penalty on Americans who remain without health insurance for over three months.
Gain a better picture of health insurance expenses by understanding out-of-pocket costs.
Sign up for Obamacare during the Open Enrollment Period (OEP) to avoid possible tax penalties.
Many health insurance plans require you to pay coinsurance for your medical claims.
Your health plan may require a copayment (or copay) whenever you receive a medical service.
Most health insurance plans require you to pay monthly ObamaCare premiums.
Do you qualify for an Obamacare subsidy?