The task of purchasing health insurance is admittedly a confusing and laborious process for most consumers who are responsible for buying their own healthcare coverage. The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, attempted to make the process easier and more accessible for individuals and families by removing restrictions on who is eligible for insurance, as one example of the many features of the healthcare law.
However, there are still many nuances of buying health insurance which are not commonly discussed. Here are HealthCare.com’s six items that should be reviewed before hitting the “Submit” button on your insurance application.
- Steep Penalty For Not Buying Health Insurance Becomes Reality in 2016 - December 15, 2015
- New Affordable Care Act Customers Surpass 1 Million Mark - December 11, 2015
- First Time Buyers Guide For Health Insurance - December 10, 2015
- Being Uninsured: By Choice or Circumstance? - December 4, 2015
- Now Is The Time To Use Your Health Insurance - December 2, 2015
- Three Healthcare Stories To Help You Shop Before Deadline - November 30, 2015
- Learn What The Health Insurance Metal Levels Mean - November 20, 2015
- How Health Insurance Is Like Car Insurance, And What Can Happen If You Go Uninsured - November 18, 2015
- How Does a Health Insurance Deductible Work? - November 13, 2015
- Should Smokers Pay More For Health Insurance? - November 11, 2015