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.
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.
Take a journey to explore yourself: Self-Awareness, self-acceptance, self-care and more are all essential dimensions of emotional well-being. Consider how and why certain situations prompt feelings to develop greater resilience.
Many employers offer employee assistance programs (EAPs) that can help support employees and connect them with important resources when facing a crisis.
Getting the most out of your insurance plan means using your preventive care benefits. Many preventive services are now covered in full by insurance.
Making changes to your lifestyle can help prevent or lessen the severity of health issues, which may result in fewer health expenses and improved well-being.
Even with insurance, medication can be expensive. Without insurance, many are at risk of foregoing important medicine all together. Don’t skip doses; Find ways to pay less for prescriptions instead.
Just as effective as brand-name medications and often significantly cheaper, generic medication could be an overlooked strategy to reduce healthcare costs.
People are increasingly moving to an HDHP, or high-deductible health plan, with a health savings account (HSA) as a better way to maximize their healthcare dollars.
Health insurance is undeniably complicated. This guide to insurance cost sharing will help you understand how much your insurance company pays for care and how much you pay.
Health insurance is full of terms and concepts that may be unfamiliar to many consumers. We’ve complied this quiz of health insurance FAQs to test your knowledge of deductibles, in-network providers, COBRA laws and more. Having a...
Consumers often make mistakes when choosing and using their health insurance plan due to low health insurance literacy. Understanding these concepts can help.
To plan for newborn healthcare benefits, parents need a baby health insurance playbook. Here are 5 insurance-related recommendations for a new addition.
From COBRA to Medicaid: 5 options for the newly unemployed who have lost health insurance.
Another take on social distancing…with telemedicine you can use a smartphone, tablet or computer to visit a healthcare provider across town or from across the state.
Don’t let the financial pain of Rx expenses hurt you. These 3 methods can help reduce prescription costs – and keep you healthier.
Medical insurance is confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. The savvy healthcare consumer grabs the reins and self-educates.
Do you ignore open enrollment meetings? Do you skip reading the details in the benefit summaries? Do you go to the ER because it's closer than Urgent Care? If so, you are leaving money on the table!