Open enrollment can be an intimidating process – especially if you’re doing it on your own. We want to help you feel more prepared and confident during open enrollment this … Continue reading Your open enrollment toolkit for individual insurance
If you’re new to health insurance or just need a refresher, browse these blog posts for topics on everything you need to know to understand your health insurance coverage.
Now that you understand the basics of Medicare, you’re ready to start planning. If it wasn’t for Medicare, health care might become really expensive at age 65 and beyond. Medicare … Continue reading Countdown to 65: Action plan for when you’re new to Medicare
Turning 65 is an exciting milestone! You’re at a stage in life where you can do what you like, with more time and freedom to do it. It also means … Continue reading Learn the ABCs of Medicare
We’ve heard from our customers that being able to see their preferred doctor or using their hospital of choice is a top priority when considering a health insurer. With 96% … Continue reading How to use your health insurance network
The 2019 Kansas legislative session introduced several changes to the state’s health and life insurance laws. Below, BCBSKS vice president of government and community relations Sunee Mickle provides an update … Continue reading Legislative update on Kansas health and life insurance laws
Picking out a health insurance plan that’s best for you and your family is a big decision. And let’s face it, reading through plan details can be downright overwhelming. You … Continue reading What’s on a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC)?
The beginning of the year signals the start of a new year of health insurance benefits for many people. If it’s your first time purchasing a health insurance plan, learning … Continue reading A quick start guide to understanding your insurance
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas president/CEO Matt All was invited to write a guest column in the Wichita Business Journal‘s November issue on health care. In his submission … Continue reading Our responsibility to make health care better