At Anthem, we understand that finding affordable insurance coverage is a priority -- whether you’re shopping on a budget or needing to manage a short-term health crisis.
We offer options that give you real choices and the types of coverage that are right for you. If you’re looking for insurance for yourself or your family, the resources we’ve provided here can answer your questions and help guide you along your health care journey.
Navigating the world of health insurance can be challenging. How much does health insurance cost? How do I choose a plan? What’s a health insurance subsidy? When is open enrollment?
We’ve put together a series of articles to answer just those questions—and make finding health insurance easy and stress free.
How to Choose a Health Insurance Plan
Knowing the essentials will help you choose the health insurance plan that’s right for you or your family.
Understanding Health Insurance Subsidies
You can save with a health insurance subsidy. Find out if you qualify.
Open Enrollment for Health Insurance
When life changes, your health insurance should keep pace. Open enrollment is the ideal time to make changes to your health insurance plan.
Qualifying Life Events for Health Insurance
Certain life changes – or qualifying events – can mean you're eligible to change your health insurance options outside of the annual open enrollment period.
How The American Rescue Plan Could Help You Save
The American Rescue Plan lowers the premiums for many people who enroll in or currently have an Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace plan. See if you qualify.
Balancing Health Insurance Costs
The cost of health insurance can be a big part of your family budget. Find out how to balance the cost against your coverage and benefits.
Health Insurance for the Unemployed
Losing a job can be difficult. But it doesn't mean you have to lose health coverage for yourself or your family.
Specialty Insurance: Dental and Vision Coverage
If you’re looking for vision or dental coverage, you probably have some important questions. Is vision insurance worth the cost? What does dental insurance typically cover? What’s a dental insurance waiting period? These articles will answer those questions and help you decide what coverage is right for you.
Dental Insurance Waiting Periods
Most dental insurance plans have waiting periods for some procedures. Know what these are when choosing a plan.
Is Dental Insurance Worth It?
Learn how having cost-effective dental insurance can contribute to your overall health.
What Does Dental Insurance Cover?
Understand what dental insurance covers, so you can choose the plan that’s right for you and your family.
Is Vision Insurance Worth It?
Learn how having cost-effective vision insurance can contribute to your overall health.
Supplemental and Limited Duration Insurance
Life isn't always predictable and unexpected health events can be worrying, as well as costly. At Anthem, we offer supplemental insurance plans to ease the stress and expense of unanticipated accidents or illnesses.
We also recognize that traditional insurance plans don't fit every individual or family. That's why we created Anthem Enhanced Choice health insurance, a new option for a changing world.
Learn more about our supplemental plans and our newest health insurance options in these articles.
What is Accident Insurance?
When the unexpected happens, supplemental accident insurance can help pay the bills until you're back on your feet.
What is Hospital Indemnity Insurance?
If you or a family member have a long-term or unexpected hospital stay, hospital indemnity insurance will help cover the costs so you can focus on getting well.
What is Critical Illness Insurance?
No one plans for or expects a major illness. But if you’re diagnosed with one, having a critical illness insurance policy will provide extra funds to help you through to recovery.
Anthem Enhanced Choice Health Insurance
Not everyone fits the mold for traditional insurance plans. Anthem Enhanced Choice fills the gap for independent contractors, part-time and gig workers, the recently unemployed, those not eligible for ACA subsidies, and others.