For many families throughout southeastern Wisconsin, health insurance coverage may come as a benefit through one or more of the family members’ employers. Depending on the employer, there may only be one plan to choose from. In other cases, employees can choose from a few different options depending on what suits their family situation best. Other than getting initially enrolled in a corporate health care plan, there isn’t much to do. You may see a line item deduction on your paycheck each pay period if your employer requires you to contribute a portion of your premium, but other than that, you likely don’t think about it all that much.
But for those not covered by an employer, selecting and enrolling in a health insurance plan might be a bit of a more of an active process. There are considerations of cost as well as scope of coverage. And depending on your work situation, income may also affect which plans are available.
As experts in the health insurance industry, we’d like to take this opportunity to encourage everyone out there to keep their information up to date with their insurance provider. Especially if you are responsible for choosing your own insurance, changes in housing, income, and major life events may change your insurance options. By keeping everything up to date, you’ll be sure to have the best coverage you’re eligible for.
At Milz Health Group, we’re experts in Medicare, Obamacare, and health insurance in general. Give us a call today and let us set you up with the coverage you need. If you recently had a change in employment, income, or had a qualifying life event, we can help you with that as well. We’re here to see that all the good people of southeastern Wisconsin get the coverage they need!