Many people have heard about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but it’s hard to know what effect it may have on an average person in Wisconsin. If you get your insurance through your employer, you may not notice changes related to your medical or health insurance coverage. Each year, you’ll likely have the choice to stay with or change your medical insurance plan, just like before.
However, things have changed in ways that may benefit you whether you have coverage through your employer or an individual plan. New medical or health insurance plans generally have these specific features:
This is a period of several months where everyone can buy or switch insurance plans. You may not sign up for an individual medical insurance plan in WI any other time unless you have a “qualifying event.” Qualifying life events may include moving to a new state, changes in your income, and other changes like getting married, divorced or having a baby.
You and your family may be eligible for screenings, vaccines, counseling and other preventive services at no out-of-pocket cost to help keep you healthy.
There is no dollar limit on these items or services which include:
Now that you know the major changes in medical and health insurance plans in WI, it's time to find the right one for you. Browse our health plans today and get a quote online.