With HealthPocket, you can search and compare most private health insurance plans available in the United States. So whether you are looking for comprehensive coverage or short-term coverage, you’ll find it all in one place.
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With all the industry jargon and complicated formulas, everyone has had an experience where they have been confused by health insurance. At HealthPocket, we don’t think health insurance needs to be complicated. Everyone should know exactly what they are buying.
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Whether you are looking for Medicare, individual health insurance, Medicaid, or short-term health insurance, we’ll help you find the right option for your needs. At HealthPocket, we understand health insurance can be overwhelming. That’s why we have put together helpful articles to clear things up. We’ll help you compare health plan premiums and quickly learn about insurance basics, out-of-pocket costs, and any of the following topics:
You can compare costs easily whether you are looking for just yourself or your whole family. Our shopping tool allows you to see how premiums and deductibles change based on the number of enrollees.
We’ll help you with Medicare, whether you have questions about Part A, B, C, or D. Our clearly written articles simplify the issues around Medicare benefits and our shopping tool allows you to see how plans in your area stack up against one another.
We strive to provide you a current listing of the health plans your doctor accepts.
We always recommend that you ask your doctor about his or her acceptance of a health plan before you enroll in it.
2018 marks the eighth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act’s passage. New plans are entering the market, premiums are changing, and regulations seem to change every month. Get the facts about the most important provisions of the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. Obamacare) that may affect you as well as changes to Medicare insurance in 2018.