3) Consider reducing expensive emergency room visits with preventative plans
While emergency room visits can be a last resort, they’re also one of the most expensive healthcare options available. A visit to an ER can easily range from $400 – $1,000+. With preventative plans and low-cost preventative care options readily available, you may be able to save money by managing your health through primary care. And with no co-pays or deductibles, you could save thousands over time.
4) Find out if you need additional coverage
For those who have health insurance, it’s important to find out if you need additional coverage. If your employer does not provide or cover enough healthcare, you may be able to purchase an individual health insurance plan. Before doing so, read our guide on how to decide what health insurance plan is best for you.