Explore which Open Season dates are important to remember, how to choose the right plan for you and your family, what Open Season lingo you need to know and more!
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This year’s Open Season begins Nov. 12 and ends Dec. 10, with the benefits government employees select starting Jan. 6, 2019.
The health insurance open enrollment period – which will take place from November 1 to December 15 this year – is still months away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start preparing yourself now for making a decision about what coverage you might want when the time comes.
According to recent study, most people spend only 30 minutes considering whether to choose a new plan or re-enroll in their previous plan during open enrollment. It’s in your best interest to spend as much time as necessary to make this decision, as it can greatly impact how much you’ll spend in the coming year… Read more »
With Open Season here, here are some questions to ask yourself, your doctors, and your agency’s health insurance professional in preparation.
To help you prepare for open season, here are some tips and important changes to note.
Some things to consider before choosing your plan.
‘Tis the season, Federal employees. Open season, that is. We know this time of year can be something less than joyful. In fact, we know that’s true because you told us. In our survey of more than 250 federal employees, just over half of respondents said that they feel “fuzzy, but know just enough toRead… Read more »
With over 200 federal health plans to choose from, it is easy to get bogged down. In fact, when it comes to Open Season, the prevailing notion is to do nothing. Feds stay with the same plan year after year, even if premiums go up and benefits change. That’s why we reached out to WaltRead… Read more »
It’s officially Open Season for Federal Employees and we are here to help! As we continue our Understanding Open Season in Government series, let’s talk money: How Will You Be Paying For This? Out of Pocket: These are medical costs that you must pay out of your own pocket including deductibles, copays, and coinsurance. Deductible:Read… Read more »