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Everyone uses their health insurance at some point. Here are a few things you should know before you receive an EOB
Getting the most out of your insurance means using preventive care benefits. Many preventive services are covered in full by insurance so learn more today!
Your employer may offer a prescription drug plan, but do you know how to use it? Understanding your drug plan and prescriptions can help you save money and stay healthier.
Understanding the cost of smoking may help convince some people to quit. Diseases caused by smoking cost can raise prices across the entire healthcare system, including the cost of insurance.
While it’s difficult to control all the factors that contribute to rising healthcare costs, smart benefits use and comparison shopping can help stretch your healthcare dollars.
Understand how life events may affect your health benefit needs and choices, whether getting married, having a baby or something else.
A big step in controlling your health costs is understanding how to read your medical bill. Be sure to review each bill for errors or unexpected charges.
If you are a full-time employee and/or enrolled in employer’s health plan, you’ll likely receive tax form 1095-B, 1095-C or both. they provide key information about your health coverage.
Remember to use your flexible spending account dollars before year’s end, or you will have to forfeit most or all of those funds.
As with any major purchase, comparison shopping can help you find and choose the most cost-effective option, even with health care.
If you participate in a health plan, your free COVID-19 tests will be paid for directly by insurance, or you will be reimbursed later for the cost.
Many employers offer employee assistance programs (EAPs) that can help support employees and connect them with important resources when facing a crisis.