Open Enrollment for Health Insurance began on November 1, 2020 and ends on December 15, 2020. If you purchase your own health insurance, or you are uninsured or underinsured, it is absolutely critical that you speak with a licensed insurance agent during this window of opportunity.Continue reading “Top Reasons You Should Not Miss Open Enrollment”
Dear HCCUA Members:
As we enter some uncertain times globally and with the ongoing events in response to the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), we would like to assure our members that we are here to help you any way possible. It is natural to have feelings of uncertainty during this time of prevention and adjustments. Rest assured that we will get through this and come back stronger than ever! That being said, it is vital that we take proper precautions towards COVID-19 and most importantly listen to advisories we must follow.Continue reading “April 2020 Newsletter”
Insurance agents are more important than ever! Purchasing health insurance can be very confusing. How do you decide which co-pays and deductibles are right for you? Do you know how your out-of-pocket medical costs can be managed using a “gap” policy? HCCUA suggests members reach out to a professional to get the help they need answering these questions. Would you purchase a house without consulting a realtor? Probably not. Continue reading “Top Reasons to Use a Licensed Insurance Agent During Open Enrollment”
Dear HCCUA Members:
With Open Enrollment starting on November 1st, HCCUA wants to enlighten members with some important information on how to explore this window of opportunity!
Open Enrollment is the once-a-year period when everyone can enroll in “major medical” health insurance. Major medical insurance is comprehensive health insurance that covers a wide range of benefits, from hospital inpatient and emergency care to doctor visits and pediatric services. Continue reading “October 2018 Monthly Newsletter”