For the more than 177 million Americans with employer-provided coverage, many employers set aside a two-week period between September
and December when employees can select health benefits for the following year.
For most people, if they don’t make an enrollment decision, they’ll be locked into their current plan for an entire year. If anything has changed this year, either with their current plan, health status or budget, that decision to do nothing could lead to surprises or missed costsavings in 2018.
When shopping for coverage, consider three important points: Choice
When it comes to selecting a plan, one size definitely does not fit all. Take the time to explore your options and understand the benefits and costs
In addition to providing access to doctors and hospitals, you should look for a plan that
offers the benefits that are important to you.
It’s important to find a plan that offers resources to help you live a healthier life
and make the most of your benefits.
Visit UHCOpenEnrollment.com for open enrollment tips, resources and also information on plans in your area.
For help navigating open enrollment, UnitedHealthcare has created helpful articles and brief videos which provide easy-to understand information about benefits and health care topics to help people make the right choices for themselves and their families.