Individual / Personal Health Insurance Plans Directory
Health reform changes affect not only family plans, but also individual insurance plans. Singles/young adults starting out may be confused about health insurance, especially if they used to be covered under their family's plan. There are four types of health plans you can choose from based on your needs. We have information to help simplify the process of comparing and choosing plans. Learn what your options are and how to begin.
Health Reform and Your Insurance Options
The world of health insurance is going through a lot of changes. If you're trying to get your bearings, take a look at what's different since the health reform bill became law.
Young People and Health Insurance: FAQ
In your 20s and entering the health insurance marketplace for the first time? WebMD answers your questions and helps you learn the costs, benefits, and more.
How to Choose Insurance to Protect Your Family
An explanation of the different types of insurance you can get to protect your family, including disability insurance, life insurance, and supplemental health insurance.
Types of Health Plans: How They Compare
Learn from WebMD about the types of health insurance plans available under the Affordable Care Act.
Taking Charge of Your Hospital Stay
Experts explain four steps that empower patients to manage their health needs from a hospital bed.
Making Provider Choices in Managed Care
Under managed care, a primary care provider (PCP) wields considerable power. He or she is the gatekeeper who holds the keys to the specialized medical care you may need.
How Long Can You Stay on Your Parents' Insurance?
With the changing healthcare laws, many people aren’t aware of how long their child can stay on their health insurance.
What Is a Flexible Spending Account?
A flexible spending account might help you pay for your health care costs.
What Is the Individual Mandate?
In 2014, every American is subject to the individual mandate. But what it is exactly?