The first week of enrollment through the Obamacare online exchanges is almost over and too many people still don’t know enough about the healthcare reform laws. Although the government is currently in a shutdown, online enrollment remains open. How can you sign up for healthcare insurance? Simply head over to the federal insurance marketplace, select your state of residence, and you’ll be guided through account setup.
But before you start signing up, check out some resources that can help you understand healthcare reform. If you’re confused about Obamacare, be sure to do some research.
One of the best resources for non-partisan, unbiased Obamacare information is Kaiser Health News. They have all kinds of excellent FAQs and tips to help you better understand the Affordable Care Act.
Whenever I have questions about Obamacare, I go straight to their website for answers. They have plenty of healthcare experts who have worked to make an easy-to-understand guide that can help anyone who is confused about Obamacare.
Higher Advantage also has some good answers to your Obamacare questions. Make sure to check out their website for information, as well as additional links for resources.
Don’t be left in the dark! Check out these sources and the Discount Drug Network blog for more updates on Obamacare!