U of U Health Plans Blog
WHAT IS HEALTH INSURANCE?
Health insurance is a way to pay for your health care expenses. These expenses could include prescription medications, doctor visits, hospital stays, or even surgeries. Health insurance also helps you stay healthy through wellness programs and other benefits.
OPEN ENROLLMENT AND SPECIAL ENROLLMENT FAQs
If you’ve ever selected an insurance plan for you or your family, you’ve probably heard the terms “open enrollment” and “special enrollment.” But what do they mean? Here are some answers to your frequently asked questions.
PAYING FOR HEALTH CARE: A GUIDE TO HEALTH INSURANCE COSTS
Having health insurance doesn’t mean that you will get health care for free. You still need to pay for your insurance each month, and you may be responsible for other costs, depending on your plan. This guide will help you learn more about those costs and what they mean.
ORIGINAL MEDICARE VS MEDICARE ADVANTAGE
With so many Medicare coverage options out there, it can be hard to know which plan is right for you. To help make your decision a little easier, we’ve created a quick guide about the differences between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY PLANS
Just over half of all people in the United States get health insurance through their jobs. Medicaid and Medicare (which are government insurance programs for low-income and elderly people) cover 37% of the population.
SAVE MONEY ON MARKETPLACE PLANS WITH SUBSIDIES
If you’re looking for ways to save money on your Marketplace insurance plan, you’re not alone. As the cost of living rises, it’s important to have adequate health coverage for you and your family without breaking the bank. But how?