Finding healthcare still prompts questions

Despite the health insurance exchanges being around since 2014, brokers and hospitals in Door and Kewaunee Counties still have plenty of questions to answer from their patients. Door County Medical Center assisted over 120 people signing up for health insurance during the open enrollment workshops they hosted last year. Darcy Babler from Door County Medical Center’s Patient Financial Services Department has been helping people get their insurance in order through the exchange since it started five years ago. She says asking questions is important, especially when it comes to income.

With two additional plans available this year for Door County residents, Babler advises people to search around for the best coverage for your budget. You can schedule an appointment to discuss your coverage with your insurance agent or Door County Medical Center will host its next open enrollment workshops on November 21st from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. and December 7th from 8 a.m. until noon.  

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