·Health insurance can be so confusing. But here's a wealth of information about Health Care Reform, health insurance terminology and tips for enrollment to help…
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Smart Strategies for Health Savings Accounts
You may have selected a high-deductible health plan (HDHP) because of the lower premium or employee contribution. But to get full value from an HDHP, open and invest in a health savings account (HSA). Here are three scenarios on how an HSA can save you money:
Our Nation’s Health Care System: The Benefits and Costs of Prescription Drugs
Specialty drugs, used to treat cancer, multiple sclerosis and other complex conditions, can help people live fuller, longer lives -- but only if they can afford to take them. Learn how we’re working to keep these drugs accessible for our members.
Can You Afford Not To Have Health Insurance?
You might think that saving money by not having to pay a health insurance premium each month is a good idea. But not having coverage leaves you open for financial problems if you have a medical issue and need treatment. Here are other reasons to get covered.
Helpful Highmark Tools & Services: My Care Navigator
Need to switch doctors, but can't face the hassle of finding a new one, transferring your records and making an appointment? You're in luck! Highmark's My Care Navigator service is here for you. Just give them a call at 1-800-BLUE-428, and they'll take all the hassle out of making a switch.
Mapping the Way to “Plain Language” for Highmark Members
Talking about health insurance is tough, especially when it seems to have a language of its own. It doesn't have to be so confusing. That's why we're committed to using plain language, so you can be sure to pick up what we're putting down.
Having Two Health Insurance Policies Doesn’t Have to Be Confusing
If you have more than one health insurance policy, it can be really confusing to know which one to use in what circumstance. You need to make sure both companies are coordinating your benefits to avoid a lot of headache down the line.