Aimed Alliance Releases New Guide on Open Enrollment

Aimed Alliance Releases New Guide on Open Enrollment, Out-of-Pocket Costs, Helps Consumers Choose the Right Plan

NEW GUIDE ON OPEN ENROLLMENT, OUT-OF-POCKET COSTS, HELPS CONSUMERS CHOOSE THE RIGHT PLAN

Aimed Alliance releases a new guide to assist consumers navigating health insurance marketplaces during open enrollment for 2019

Washington, D.C.  – November 1, 2018. Open enrollment starts today for 2019 health insurance plans available through www.HealthCare.gov. With ever changing tactics used by health plans to shift costs to consumers and limit access to medical services and treatment, it is vital to fully understand the coverage and benefits of a health plan before signing up. Aimed Alliance released a new open enrollment guide to help consumers choose the health plan that is most appropriate for them and their loved ones.

Aimed Alliance’s guide defines technical terms and explains different plan options and plan features that affect coverage, out-of-pocket costs, and limits on access to treatment and services. Consumers should use Aimed Alliance’s open enrollment guide to better understand their health insurance options during the open enrollment period and to select the plan that best suits their health and financial situation. To access the new open enrollment guide, click here. To view our Take on Life video about the open enrollment process, click here.

About the Alliance for the Adoption of Innovations in Medicine (Aimed Alliance) 

Aimed Alliance is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that seeks to protect and enhance the rights of health care consumers and providers. We advance our mission by conducting legal research and analysis, developing economically sound policy recommendations, educating the public, and advocating for the enforcement of laws and professional ethics. In conducting these activities, we consult and collaborate with patients, their caregivers, and advocates; clinicians; employers and human resources personnel; and government officials. To learn more about Aimed Alliance, go to www.aimedalliance.org.