What does "special enrollment" mean, anyway?
If you — or someone you know — has experienced a "qualifying life event" you can enroll in an individual plan during a Special Enrollment Period.
A Special Enrollment Period is a 60-day window after certain life events in which you, your family or anyone you know can enroll in or change your health care coverage. Why is this important? Special enrollment falls outside of the annual Open Enrollment Period, which ended on Jan. 31.
In this issue
- Introducing Joan Budden, new President & CEO
- Champion spotlight: Jennifer Millard
- MyHealth: Your account info on the go
- Traveling this spring? You're covered.
- 6 tips for cleaning without wheezing
- Pay $0, save thousands - get your preventive care!
- Is type 2 diabetes in your future?
- Membership has its perks!
- Vaping: safe alternative to tobacco?
- Health care when and where you need it
- Going paperless benefits you... and the community
- Free program helps you control meds & Rx costs
- What does special enrollment mean anyway?
- Understanding your health benefits
- Accepting Board member nominations