Buying a health care plan may actually be more affordable than going without coverage. If you get sick or have an accident, it’s good to know that most of these expenses may be paid by your plan.
Perhaps you have decided to purchase a health plan this year. In that case, it’s good to find out what you may be able to afford and what plan might fit your needs.
A good place to start in finding affordable health care plans is to actually write down your monthly expenses and compare that to your income. If you have lots of costs for prescription medication or for doctor or chiropractor visits, these are costs that may be more affordable with health insurance coverage.
The most affordable health plans available to you depend on where you live, your income, your age and how many people you’re insuring, as well as a few other factors, including:
To help pick the most affordable health care plan, it’s good to consider more than just the premium. If you choose a plan with a cheaper premium, you may pay more when you go to the doctor, get therapy, buy medicine or get tests or screenings. A good source of information is Wisconsin Price Point, a website that allows you to find and compare costs for a range of clinical services.
If you're ready to start looking for affordable health care plans in Wisconsin, check out our health insurance options and get a quote.