By the time you read this, you either have a few days left of the open enrollment period or it's likely already passed. If you didn't opt in during because of the expensive rates available to you, we have another option you might want to consider.
We're now in the open enrollment period, which means people across the country are making decisions on their health insurance coverage for the coming year. Some people are ahead of the curve and have already mapped out their plans, while others still haven't decided. We're here to tell you, the cost of doing nothing can be expensive.
"Health insurance open enrollment is now over. Now what do I do?"
Well, we're glad you asked. There still may be some very compelling options to consider. Let's go through them one-by-one to give you a better idea.
There's only two weeks left in the current health insurance open enrollment period. As you're looking to make important decisions that impact you and your family for the foreseeable future, take some time to review these top five considerations during healthcare open enrollment.
College is definitely a great time. However, it also poses a lot of risks. The long nights studying, for example, can be very unhealthy. This is why health insurance should be one of the primary things to prepare for at this age.
Options for College Students