You're busy, but you need to enroll in health insurance.

You went to the National Marketplace (or your state's marketplace) ready to pick a plan and get enrolled. But oh my goodness, there are A LOT of options out there and you have no idea which plan to select:

  • How do you pick a plan?
  • What do all these terms and numbers mean?
  • Why is this so freaking complicated?

I am going to walk you through the five areas to focus on when comparing health insurance plans.

After watching, you’ll be able to pick a plan that is right for you.

When you log into the federal or your state’s marketplace, you will have dozens of plans to choose from. You’ll also see every conceivable benefit that each insurance carrier covers.

I’ve already shared the five areas to focus on when comparing health insurance plans (hint: watch the video above).

Introducing: The Health Insurance Plan Selector Tool.

This is a document to organize the areas you need to know about the health plans you are considering.

Here’s what you’ll get:

  • A document to create a side-by-side comparison of the health plans you’re considering.
  • A video where you can watch me create a spreadsheet of the health plans I’m considering for myself.
  • A checklist that outlines what to do after you enroll.

Two Purchasing Options: DIY or DIFY

  1. DIY: everything above + one group webinar where you can ask me questions.
  2. DIFY: I’ll do the research for you and present up to ten (10) health insurance options.
    1. Extra service | doctors research. I will research your current doctor to find health plans that he/she accepts.
    2. Extra service | prescription costs research. I will research the costs of each maintenance drug you take.

*Extra services are $75/each. Contact me if interested.

Questions before you buy? Contact me here.