The open enrollment window isn’t the only option for getting health insurance. Explore your options with this guide to understanding and navigating the complexities of finding quality coverage outside of the enrollment window.
Open Enrollment is the period of time during which individuals and families can sign up for health insurance coverage. If you missed this window, there are still options. Learn more about how to get health insurance after open enrollment.
This article discusses the pros and cons of Medicaid in the U.S., examining its impact on healthcare costs, eligibility requirements, and expenditures by state. It also provides an analysis of how Medicaid is used in America, with a focus on rural areas.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is responsible for protecting the health of Americans. Learn more about the mission, programs and services offered by HHS, and how the department impacts the health of Americans.