‘Tis the season for changes in your insurance – are you prepared?

Most insurance benefit packages and plans renew in January. Here are some tips that will make the transition into the New Year as easy as possible.

– Familiarize yourself with your benefits. Have there been any changes to your coverage like co-pays, deductibles, and covered providers? Even if there hasn’t been a change, it’s still a good time to refresh your knowledge of your plan and coverages.
– Notify your providers. Once you receive your new cards, present them to your healthcare offices so your insurance can be re-verified.
– Create a spreadsheet of all your important medical insurance information. Include information such as your monthly premium, annual deductible, co-pay, out-of-pocket expense limit and maximum coverage cap, along with any other insurance information important for your family. As your policy changes, make changes to the spreadsheet. Not only will this help track your policy changes, but it also consolidates all the information into one simple document.

Please follow and like us:
‘Tis the season for changes in your insurance – are you prepared?

Leave a Reply



Allendale > 6173 Lake Michigan Dr.
Cedar Springs > 308 S. Main
Comstock Park > 4615 W. River Dr.
Coopersville > 25 Conran
Grant > 17615 W. Moore
Lowell > 2050 W. Main
Norton Shores > 6022 Harvey
Sparta > 31 Ida Red
Wayland > 709 West Superior


Get health & wellness tips and invitations to exclusive events, delivered right to your inbox!
Subscribe Now