In many states, Open Enrollment season has come and gone. If you missed the Open Enrollment window to renew, change or choose a health insurance plan, you’re not alone. Every year, millions of Americans miss the deadline to enroll in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Now you may be wondering what to do next.
We’ve all read the headlines: inflation is on the rise, and doesn’t show signs of slowing down. While families are feeling the impact at the gas pump and grocery store, in 2022 they can also expect to see higher costs associated with healthcare.
In the rush to get ready for the holidays, health insurance may have taken a back seat to Christmas shopping and decorating. But while you’re checking off names on your Christmas list, keep this in mind: ‘Tis also the season for open enrollment.
Health sharing ministries do not enforce open enrollment restrictions on their members as many health insurance providers do. Consider making the switch to a health sharing ministry today!
COVID-19 has changed how employers and employees are using Open Enrollment this year, but Americans have other choices to handle the cost of health care, including health sharing programs.
Annual Open Enrollment is very short, which means you don’t have much time to take advantage of it. But what happens if you miss it? What other alternatives are available?