Get the most out of your plan with information on health insurance topics.
New Year, New Benefits?
The start of a new year is a time for reflection, resolutions, and reviewing your health insurance.
You’re Young and Healthy. 5 Reasons You Still Need Health Insurance
You’re under 40, you don’t go to the doctor much, you wear a mask in public, and there are lots of urgent care centers if you get sick. You don’t really need health insurance – or do you?
Beware of Scams. Protect Your Personal Information!
Criminals sometimes claim to represent health insurance companies like ConnectiCare in attempts to scam people.
9 Questions To Ask When Choosing a Health Plan
You may have a choice of plans when choosing health insurance. Here are some questions to ask when you’re deciding what’s right for you (and possibly your family).
9 good things you get with your ConnectiCare health plan
Being a ConnectiCare member has its perks. Check out some of the highlights of what you get with your plan.
Open enrollment is here!
Don’t wait – get (or stay) covered! Open enrollment begins Nov. 1. We have plans to help you stay well and get the care you need if you become ill or hurt. Financial help is available for those who qualify.
Helping a Parent or Loved One With Their Medicare Coverage
Are you caring for an aging parent or spouse? That can be overwhelming (especially today). And, if you’re making their health care decisions, navigating Medicare can seem like yet another chore.
Is It Free for Me?
ConnectiCare, like other health plans, encourages our members to get preventive care, like annual checkups, cancer screenings and immunizations, like the flu shot. And we pay all the costs for them.
Do Your Health Insurance Homework Before Moving On to College
Heading off to college looks different this year. Students moving into a dorm room or off-campus apartment will need more than a laptop and comforter in their college survival kit.
5 (Plus 1) Good Reasons To Have a Health Savings Account (HSA)
Wouldn’t it be nice to know you had money in the bank to pay for a doctor’s visit, dental emergency or prescriptions? That’s just one reason to open and save money in a health savings account, or HSA for short.
5 things to know when you have a health savings account (HSA)
Your health savings account (HSA) may give you some peace of mind that you have money saved for a medical emergency or to feather your retirement nest.
What It Means: Preauthorization
Sometimes you’ll see that a prescription, service or treatment that your doctor recommends needs “preauthorization” or “prior authorization” (they mean the same thing).
I’ve joined ConnectiCare. Now what? 5 steps to get started.
Welcome to ConnectiCare! We want to help you stay healthy (and are here for you when you’re not).