6 Tips to Cut Down Your Health Care Costs
A typical American family of four covered by an employer-sponsored health plan spends more than $23,000 per year on health care. That’s a big price tag – especially when you tack it on top of the rest of our life expenses. The good news? Some of these costs are in your control. Here are some tips to reduce your person health-related costs.
Keep Your Child Healthy With Regular Checkups
In the day-to-day juggling act of parenting, sometimes the most important things can slip your mind. When is the last time your child went to the doctor? Not for an injury or illness, but for a general checkup or physical? Visiting the doctor when your child is healthy is referred to as a “well-child visit” or “well visit” and is an extremely important aspect of preventive care.
I Have Health Insurance, Now What?
Navigating your health care specifics can sometimes feel like a lot, but there’s no need to go the course alone. Educate yourself on managing a health care plan and how to get by in the future.
You Chose a Plan. Now Let Us Help You Understand It.
Whether you’re new to health insurance or you’ve had it in the past, understanding your plan can be tough. We’re here to help. In the coming months, Blue Cross is hosting free interactive sessions across the state to help Michiganders make sense of their new health plan coverage.
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