Top Affordable Health Insurance Resources
Here's a list of the top web sites, organizations and government agencies that offer resources and assistance for affordable health insurance:
America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) - a national association based in Washington, DC that represents over 1,000 member companies that provide health insurance coverage to more than 200 million Americans. They are a unified voice in the industry, and their goal is to expand access to high quality, affordable coverage to all Americans.
Association of Health Insurance Advisors (AHIA) - Also, known as AHIA, this organization is the NAIFA Health and Employee Benefits advocate that protects the role of the member advisors in offering affordable health care choices in a competitive marketplace. Members are NAIFA Federation members actively involved in the sale of group and individual health related products.
Council For Affordable Health Insurance (CAHI) - Based in Alexandria, Virginia, this organization is a research and advocacy association of insurance carriers. Their membership includes insurance companies, small businesses, providers, nonprofit associations, actuaries, insurance brokers and individuals. They educate lawmakers and regulators about the results of health care reform measures.
Families USA - A national nonprofit, non-partisan organization based in Washington, DC that promotes high-quality, affordable health care. They work at national and local levels for the cause, and have earned a reputation as an effective voice for health care consumers for more than two decades.
Healthcare.gov - This federal government website is managed by the Dept of Health and Human Services, and helps U.S. citizens find the best insurance options, understand their insurance policies, understand their local and federal healthcare laws, compare care providers, and learn about prevention, wellness and nutrition.
InsureKidsNow.gov - This federal government web site provides information about Medicaid and CHIP services for families who need health insurance coverage for their children, and can not afford coverage in the private market or do not have coverage available to them. Even if you’ve been turned down in the past, you may be able to get health coverage for your child now.
Medicare.gov - This is the official U.S. government site for people with Medicare. Managed by the Dept of Health and Human Services, Medicare is an affordable health insurance program for people age 65 or older, some disabled people under age 65, and people of all ages with permanent kidney failure. The site allows qualified individuals to enroll, addresses frequently asked questions, and more.
National Coalition on Health Care - Headquartered in Washington, DC, and founded in 1990, this coalition is the nation's largest and most broadly representative alliance working to improve America's health care. They are non-profit and non-partisan, and are comprised of over 70 organizations that represent the American people.
SBA: Health Savings Accounts - This page featured on the web site of the Small Business Administration educates users about Health Savings Accounts, also known as HSAs. Readers can learn about the disadvantages, the benefits for small business owners, and other FAQs. It also features testimonials, a comparison to other options, and relevant resources.
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